10 June 2014
Defendants complain of behaviour deliberately designed to avoid EL/PL portal.
28 May 2014
Instead of constantly pushing alternative methods, the government should hire more court staff.
12 May 2014
Undersettlement claims will soon be rife in personal injury.
28 April 2014
A senior costs judge points to tensions between procedure and justice.
14 April 2014
Could arbitration really be used in personal injury, or is this more of a message to the judges?
1 April 2014
How the Jackson reforms have inhibited police claims.
17 March 2014
The law on claims for psychiatric injury is outdated, arbitrary and harsh.
3 March 2014
Don’t just moan about it; tell the CJC where the reforms aren’t working.
17 February 2014
What level will the new exemption for costs budgeting in the Commercial Court be set at?
3 February 2014
The sensible approach to mistakes in wills is at odds with the harsh line on procedural errors.
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