There’s been a steady stream of well publicised ‘expert failures’ over the last few years. Experts without qualifications, experts straying outside their expertise and worst
They say that ‘necessity is the mother of invention‘, so it should be no surprise that online court hearings are suddenly the thing to do.
I’ve been watching the sudden outbreak of enthusiasm for online court hearings among the legal profession with a mixture of incredulity and rising concern. Incredulity,
Like many people, I’ve recently had the pleasure of attending a Speed Awareness course, having committed the cardinal sin of mistaking the edge of a
Acting as an expert requires a tricky blend of technical expertise and legal/commercial nous – and sometimes experts get it wrong. This usually results from
I’ve worked on a range of disputes over the last few years, including copyright and major project related disputes working with a number of law