Security – the basics

If a borrower becomes insolvent, the proceeds realised from its assets will be shared among its creditors. The effect of security over an asset is to … Read More 

Beware the Trolls

We are all increasingly aware of “internet trolling” – inflammatory or provocative online posts, for example in forums or on social networks, intended to cause … Read More 

Counting the costs

Andrew Mitchell, the former Conservative Chief Whip, has been in the news ever since September 2012, when he may or may not have referred to police … Read More 

Relaxing buybacks

The Companies Act 2006 (Amendment of Part 18) Regulations 2013 (the “Regulations”) came into force on 30 April 2013. They are designed to make it … Read More 

Litigation – a fresh approach

Lord Justice Jackson’s reforms to litigation took effect on 1st April 2013, altering the available methods of funding for litigants, overhauling significant areas of procedure … Read More