Transparency: an open and shut case — or be careful what you wish for?

Three recent blog posts have engaged with the pressing issue of transparency in the family courts, and the gap between our expectations of fair and accurate legal coverage and the sometimes harsh... Read more

Bloomsbury Immigration Law Briefing: June Teaser

In the news this month, at date of writing, it is still unclear as to who the next Prime Minister will be, the current candidates being Jeremy Hunt and Boris Johnson. The overwhelming favourite... Read more

Family Law (14 June – 28 June)

Family News Councils receive £1.5m to tackle childhood obesity Cypnow – 25 June Birmingham, Blackburn with Darwen, Bradford, Lewisham and Nottinghamshire councils have all been given a share of... Read more

Immigration Law (14 June – 28 June)

Immigration News How could a UK points-based immigration system work? BBC News – 27 June New MP candidate, Boris Johnson, has expressed an interest in looking into an Australian-style... Read more

Five from 5 Essex Court - Uber, the Gig Economy and Personal Data

This edition is packed with great content that I hope will be both informative and interesting to our ever growing readership. There are five short articles on (i) Uber and its drivers' personal... Read more

Q&A with Dean Armstrong QC

Bloomsbury Professional catch up with lawyer and author, Dean Armstrong QC. Read more

Bloomsbury IP & IT Briefing: June Teaser

In a month of few IP decisions in the UK, two Patents Court judgments stand out. Read more

IP & IT Law (7 June – 21 June)

IP & IT News US inventors file more AI patents in UK than UK inventors: report WIPR – 18 June According to a report from the UK Intellectual Property Office (IPO), more US applicants are filing... Read more

Employment and Pensions Law (7 June – 21 June)

Employment News Total pay has increased by 1.2% in real terms since April 2018 Employee Benefits – 18 June Total pay, including bonuses, has increased by 1.2% in real terms between February 2018... Read more

The new climate – high safety fines continue

The largest fine imposed on an organisation for a health and safety offence, following the introduction in February 2016 of the Sentencing Council’s Health and Safety Offences, Corporate... Read more

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