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Capital sees record commercial investment activity

20 April 2017

The capital saw record investment activity in the first quarter of 2017, with the value of transactions peaking at £4.9 …

Freedom of Information request escalates row over probate changes

12 April 2017

The decision to make radical changes to probate fees has drawn further criticism after it emerged this week that the …

BBC reporter to appeal Tribunal decision in discrimination case

11 April 2017

A journalist who challenged the BBC on grounds of discrimination and harassment has lodged an appeal, after her case was …

One third of cohabitants unaware of legal rights, says study

6 April 2017

A worrying study has revealed that a third of cohabitants believe that they have the same legal rights as a …

Whistleblowers to be awarded up to £100,000, says CMA

21 March 2017

Whistleblowers will be offered up to £100,000 in an effort to uncover illegal cartels, the Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) …

Leading City property lawyer describes ‘worrying lack of common sense’ in the planning process as housing minister offers to intervene on behalf of housebuilders

17 March 2017

A leading City solicitor has responded to comments made by the housing minister, Gavin Barwell MP, offering to raise housebuilders’ …

Detective prepares to take the Met to Tribunal

14 March 2017

A London police officer – who previously received an MBE from the Queen for her commitment to charity work – …

Tribunal throws reporter’s claim out for discussing details

8 March 2017

A claim brought forward by a BBC journalist has been struck out after it emerged that she had spoken to …

MoJ proposes “fairer, banded system” of probate fees

7 March 2017

The Ministry of Justice (MoJ) has announced plans to introduce a “fairer, banded system” of probate fees, which could take …

Mixed-sex couple lose civil partnership appeal

22 February 2017

The Court of Appeal has ruled that a heterosexual couple cannot form a civil partnership instead of a marriage.