• Lloyds tesco rbs

    Litigation funding poised to go global

    29 January 2018

    New and innovative products are establishing third-party funding as a staple of the UK claims market – other jurisdictions will follow

  • Denis O'Brien

    Out of step on third-party funding

    22 January 2018

    Third-party litigation funding remains illegal in Ireland.

  • david anderson

    Going Dutch

    10 November 2017

    The Netherlands has published draft rules for its new English language commercial court, which will seek to exploit Brexit by targeting international dispute resolution.

  • High court

    Electric reams

    16 October 2017

    Litigators remain reluctant to move away from standard disclosure, despite Jackson LJ’s best efforts. Could technology be a panacea in the battle to control costs?

  • Andy Ellis

    Fixed costs reform: On the right track?

    12 October 2017

    LJ Jackson’s latest proposal elicits positives and pitfalls.

  • Richard allen

    Costs: Poorly prepared for a revolution

    2 October 2017

    The transformation of recoverable costs is anything but fixed.

  • London underground

    Arbitration: Centre ground

    26 June 2017

    Arbitration has never been bigger business, but the ‘traditional’ centres face stiff competition. Marialuisa Taddia reports

  • David wallis landcape

    Cases shaping costs budgeting

    22 May 2017

    On 1 April 2013, the 64th update to the Civil Procedure Rules came into force and brought with it the requirement for budgets to be filed and served in all multi-track claims (initially with the exception of those in the Commercial/Admiralty Courts but subsequently extended to those courts) issued on ...

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    Jackson: Civil unrest

    10 April 2017

    Four years on, practitioners assess the impact of Jackson LJ’s civil litigation reforms and assess the need for further reform.

  • Edwards

    Criminal law

    13 February 2017

    Criminal law updates by Anthony Edwards.