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Lawrence Tomlinson’s report on RBS lending found there was evidence it had let some small businesses default

Solicitors sued over millionaire's will

Court battle: Student alleges negligence by top firm in UK

Block and tackle time looms for GEC staff

CITY DIARY

Legal eagle turned master poacher

A former star of a blue-chip City law firm is now allying himself with a US invasion, writes Patrick Hosking

Law firms could face more claims

ROGER TRAPP

Managing to stay on top, US-style

Partners need to keep their management skills as sharp as their American competitors, writes Christopher Stoakes

CASE SUMMARIES 11 December 1995

The following notes of judgments were prepared by the reporters of the All England Law Reports.

UKTV set to seek C5 review

MATHEW HORSMAN

Aldermen's court must explain its decision

LAW REPORT v 27 September 1995 Regina v Corporation of London and another, ex parte Matson; Court of Appeal (Lord Justice Neill, Lord Justice Waite and Lord Justice Swinton-Thomas) 18 August 1995

briefs Withers expansion

Withers expansion

Landfill gas explosion not covered by insurance; LAW REPORT 31 August 1995

Middleton v Wiggins and others; Court of Appeal (Lord Justice McCowan, Lord Justice Aldous and Lord Justice Hutchison) 14 July 1995

Slaughter and May is top takeover lawyer

Slaughter and May has retained its title as leading legal adviser on British public takeovers for the first half of this year, according to Acquisitions Monthly. It advised on 12 deals worth a total of pounds 12.7bn, ahead of second-placed Freshfields' 11 deals totalling pounds 11.2bn.

BR arm may try to avoid legal bill

CHRISTIAN WOLMAR

How would-be solicitors are selling themselves

Law students are facing up to a crowded job market, says Rachel Halliburton

Will your results have the right vintage? be worth?

As employers size up candidates from both the old and newer universitie s, Roger Trapp and Judith Judd look at the relative value of their degrees their qualifications wer institutions

From now on fair is fair

New rules about small print in contracts will help the consumer, says Sharon Wallach
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24-Hour party person

Photographer Richard Young has been snapping celebrities at play for 40 years. As his latest book is released, he reveals that it wasn’t all fun and games
Michelle Obama's school dinners: America’s children have a message for the First Lady

A taste for rebellion

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Colouring books for adults: How the French are going crazy for Crayolas

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Jack Thorne's play 'Hope': What would you do as a local politician faced with an impossible choice of cuts?

What would you do as a local politician faced with an impossible choice of cuts?

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Ed Harcourt on Romeo Beckham and life as a court composer at Burberry

Call me Ed Mozart

Paloma Faith, Lana del Ray... Romeo Beckham. Ed Harcourt has proved that he can write for them all. But it took a personal crisis to turn him from indie star to writer-for-hire
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Phil Hughes head injury: He had one weakness – it has come back to haunt him

Phil Hughes had one weakness – it has come back to haunt him

Prolific opener had world at his feet until Harmison and Flintoff bounced him
'I have an age of attraction that starts as low as four': How do you deal with a paedophile who has never committed a crime?

'I am a paedophile'

Is our approach to sex offenders helping to create more victims?
How bad do you have to be to lose a Home Office contract?

How bad do you have to be to lose a Home Office contract?

Serco given Yarl’s Wood immigration contract despite ‘vast failings’
Green Party on the march in Bristol: From a lost deposit to victory

From a lost deposit to victory

Green Party on the march in Bristol
Putting the grot right into Santa's grotto

Winter blunderlands

Putting the grot into grotto
'It just came to us, why not do it naked?' London's first nude free runner captured in breathtaking images across capital

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London's first nude free runner captured in breathtaking images across capital