Charlotte Burmby examines the Anti-Social Behaviour, Crime and Policing Bill's role in amending the Dangerous Dogs Act 1991 and discusses the merits of the proposed reforms.
Emma Warman discusses the 'Qualified One-Way Costs Shifting' proposal and the impact that this reform will have on litigation costs and claims by less wealthy individuals.
Charlotte Burmby provides a comprehensive guide to the Consumer Protection Act 1987.
Faizan Sadiq explains the changes the Defamation Act 2013 has made to the existing law.
Nina Anana discusses the Canadian case of Jones v Tsige, where a tort for breach of privacy was created at common law.
Naomi Loomes explains the joint cases of Smith, Ellis and Allbutt v Ministry of Defence (2013), where the Supreme Court ruled that families of dead and injured soldiers can proceed with Article 2 breach and negligence claims for death or…
Rebecca Broadbent explains the nature of the tort of malicious process – one of the civil wrongs to address abuses of power by the police.
Rebecca Broadbent discusses the tort of malicious prosecution relating to the deliberate misuse of power by the police.
Liam Draper examines the evolving body of law relating to Reynolds privilege in light of the Supreme Court's judgment in Flood v Times Newspapers Limited.
Emma-Jane Tritton explains why it is necessary to back up a new press self-regulatory body with legislation.