Not using someone’s given name because you can’t pronounce it: expert comment
Evidence given by cricketer Azeem Rafiq today about his experiences at Yorkshire, included claims India batter Cheteshwar Pujara was called 'Steve' by coaches, players and the Yorkshire website, because a teammate couldn’t pronounce his name.
Dr Jane Bryan from Warwick Law School comments.
GameSpot and 'short-squeezing': expert comment
Video games retailer GameStop has seen its share price rise dramatically as amateur investors organised to 'short squeeze' professional investors. Dr Stephen Connelly of the School of Law comments on what is so unusual - and risky - about this situation.
Competition and Markets Authority fines Comparethemarket.com - competition law expert comments
Price comparison website Comparethemarket.com has been fined £17.9 million by the UK Competition and Markets Authority for breach of UK Competition Law. Here, Dr Kathryn McMahon of Warwick Law School explains the issues behind the case - and why this ruling is a break from previous practice by the CMA.
World Bank President calls for the UK and US to make it harder for creditors to sue the poorest countries.
Speaking at the Frankfurt School of Finance and Management, World Bank Group President David Malpass urged the UK and the US to "do more to reconcile their public policies toward the poorest countries and their laws protecting the rights of creditors to demand repayments from these countries." Members of Warwick Law's GLOBE research group, who have proposed just such a legal reform for the UK, respond.