By Jeremy Summers
In 1586 encoded letters were intercepted and admitted in
evidence to convict Mary Queen of Scots of treason for plotting
to kill Elizabeth I.
By Emma Hawksworth
Cadman has clarified some issues in equal pay claims, but still leaves tribunals to deal with many practical questions, warns Emma Hawksworth
By Judith Seddon
, Rod Fletcher
Following the conclusion of the Hatfield trial the question now on everyone’s lips is whether this case will be the straw that breaks the government’s inertia in getting a new corporate manslaughter law onto the statute books. A draft bill was published in March of this year for consultation concluding in June.