Winston Jacob explains how settlements can be regulated under the Consumer Credit Act 1974 in light of the latest Court of Appeal judgment for the case of CFL Finance v Laser Trust  EWCA Civ 228.
Dominic Bright discusses if causation can be contested when liability is admitted in relation to the case of Seabrook v Adam  EWCA Civ 382.
Oscar Davies analyses the recent Employment Tribunal judgment which stated that nationalism is not a protected political belief in the case of Thomas v Surrey and Borders Partnership NHS Foundation Trust and Ors (ET 2304056/2018).
Adam Swirsky explores how prompt you need to be when applying to set aside a default judgment in the recent case of Points of View v Erre DB Group SA  2 WLUK 70.
James Tunley discusses Employment and the Coronavirus Jab with Hatti Suvari from Get Legally Speaking.