Access to justice – an idealistic catchphrase well-used by politicians and lawyers which seeks to reassure those who have been wronged that there is redress available to them, but what does it really mean and does it actually exist?
The availability of legal redress to all… Accessing legal expertise when it is most needed… An available court system which is fair and independent… The phrase ‘access to justice’ means something different to everybody but what does it mean for commercial agents?
On 23 June 2016, the UK will vote to decide whether to remain in or leave the EU, a political, economic and trade union of which it has been a member since 1973. A ‘leave’ vote would have far-reaching implications for trade, the movement of goods, people and services and of course, the law. This article considers how a potential Brexit (a British-exit from the EU) might impact upon both agents and principals through changes to the current regime of the Commercial Agents (Council Directive) Regulations 1993 (the Regulations).
Myerson are delighted to have once again been recognised in this years edition of the Legal 500, published 25th September 2013.
Published for over twenty years, the Legal 500 Series provides the most comprehensive worldwide coverage currently available on legal services providers, in over 100 countries and is widely regarded as offering the definitive judgement of law firm capabilities.
This recognition comes from the firm’s success over the past 12 months and highlights the work undertaken in the following areas: