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A comprehensive report launched today by the International Bar Association has unveiled the scale of sexual harassment and bullying [...]

15 May

Forensic science is a compelling piece of the puzzle in most crime dramas. [...]

13 May

Accountancy watchdog the Financial Reporting Council (FRC) has fined Moore Stephens successor firm MSR Partners for failings [...]

9 May

Shareholders and small business owners could be able to take direct legal action against parties they blame for causing them [...]

8 May

Keystone Law today posted a 35 per cent increase in revenue in its first full-year results since it became the third English [...]

8 May

KPMG has been hit with a £5m fine for misconduct relating to an audit of Co-op Bank. [...]

8 May

London’s commercial courts heard a record 258 cases in 2018-19, up 63 per cent on the previous year. [...]

7 May

Lawyer to the super rich Clare Maurice has a disarmingly simple view of the world. [...]

6 May

HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) has been forced into deleting the voice records of five million taxpayers after it was revealed [...]

3 May

Should the UK’s judicial system embrace using artificial intelligence in the courtroom? [...]

30 April

A financial watchdog has stung KPMG with a £6m fine and “severely reprimanded” the auditor after finding fault with how [...]

30 April

A group of lawyers who are taking on Lloyds Banking Group and Tesco in multi-million pound group actions have launched a new [...]

29 April

Reported fraud cases related to financial investments rose 74 per cent to 6,890 last year, up from 3,950 in 2017. [...]

29 April

Several of the Big Four accountancy firms could attempt to force a judicial review of the competition regulator’s proposals [...]

28 April