In this briefing, Kerry Nicholson considers developments in the mediation market over the last 12 months, including the planned introduction of compulsory mediation in the small claims track and beyond. While we all await, with eagerness, the Court of Appeal’s decision in…
Welcome to the latest edition of the Crime & Fraud Briefing which focuses on the topical areas of anonymity in criminal proceedings and the new fraud strategy ‘Stopping Scams and Protecting the Public’ published by HM Government in May 2023 with articles…
Welcome to the March 2023 edition of the Clinical Negligence briefing. Here, Laura Begley and Ella Davis bring you commentary on some of the notable clinical negligence cases reported over the last few months, touching upon a range of issues from consent…
Welcome to the first edition of the Crime Briefing which focuses on the topical area of protest law and legislative changes as a result of the Police, Crime, Sentencing and Courts Act 2022, with articles from Francesca Kolar and Madeleine Miller.
Deka Chambers is a pre-eminent common law Set. We are proud of the range of market leading expertise we offer across our different practice areas. At the heart of our ethos is celebrating those things that connect us as well as championing…
It is perhaps unsurprising that in the light of all the recent political excitement the Retained EU Law (Revocation and Reform) Bill has not received sustained publicity. But for cross border and travel lawyers the implications of the Bill’s provisions are as…
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