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Arbitration and the Brussels Regulation - What next?By Duncan Quinan
The Brussels Regulation normally determines which courts could or should deal with litigation in the EU. Duncan Quinan gives his view on what's next.
What you need to know about a Conditional Fee AgreementBy Tamar Halevy, Gagan Ranu
What is a Conditional Fee Agreement? In this inbrief we discuss what CFAs are, when you can use them, how they work, and what happens if you win or lose your case with this form of alternative litigation funding.
Confusion over benefits puts shelters in jeopardyBy Simon Bagg
In an Inside Housing article, Simon Bagg discusses the news that a number of councils are reviewing their policies on providing housing benefit funding to night shelters because of a legal ruling concerning the definition of a ‘home’.
Many of the shelters rely on housing benefit for income and may be forced to close if it is withdrawn.