Inside Disputes
Issue 3

Alternative Dispute Resolution– when can you refuse?

Parties to litigation have for a long time been encouraged to collaborate and use Alternative Dispute Resolution ("ADR") to resolve their disputes rather than going to trial.

Cybercrime - Protect yourself

Whether you are an individual, small business or large corporate, the increase in cybercrime is a threat, with losses costing the global economy in excess of $400 billion on an annual basis.

Private Prosecutions

England and Wales is one of the few jurisdictions in which a private individual has the right to bring a criminal prosecution.

Changes to the bankruptcy threshold: what you need to know

The first revision to the bankruptcy threshold in almost 30 years came into force on 1 October 2015.