The new Alternative Business Structures (ABS or “Tesco law”) are shaking up the legal profession and have been called “Mafia Law” by some. But for SME businesses, the future looks bright
As sentencing is handed down to Ponzi mastermind Kautilya Nandan Pruthi, lawyer David de Ferrars shares his thoughts
In light of the recent debate around boardroom quotas for women, employment lawyer at Westminster firm Bircham Dyson Bell, Kevin Poulter, asks can gender discrimination ever be justified?
Ponzi schemes have hit the headlines again twice this week as an American business man is convicted of conning investors out of £4.5bn and two more British men have been convicted in the con masterminded by Kautilya Pruthi. We take a look through the annals and recall some of the biggest Ponzis of all time
Do women need positive discrimination to reach the top?
The Big Deal: Under "Tesco law" the legal sector is changing radically – and attracting new interest from private equity firms
Soon, you might buy legal advice from John Lewis. Why are private equity firms so attracted by this change?
A small business investor has called on the government to provide companies with tax incentives…
Valentine’s Day might have been and gone for you, but what about your employees? Kevin Poulter writes on the perils of love in the workplace
The Financial Services Authority (FSA) has launched a formal enforcement investigation into the £1.5bn trading…
Big four accountancy firm Deloitte has got a slap on its wrist for failing to…