29 April 2015
Rehabilitation doesn’t get written about much. But new guidance aims to help claimant lawyers and insurers.
14 April 2015
Lawyers with no judicial experience given a route to the High Court – a controversial but bold move.
31 March 2015
What has the real effect of Jackson been so far?
18 March 2015
Agreeing budgets in clinical negligence is rarer than a sighting of Bigfoot.
27 February 2015
Judges’ problems go way beyond cuts to their pensions.
18 February 2015
Efforts to reduce the cost of trial bundles are impressing the bench.
4 February 2015
Court fees are just the latest blow to smaller businesses seeking to enforce their rights.
20 January 2015
Judges are quick to chop down legal bills, but we still don’t know what proportionality really means.
6 January 2015
What can we expect 2015 to bring in terms of the way litigation is funded?
23 December 2014
The doctrine of mistake doesn’t apply in the process-driven portal.
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