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Rachel Rothwell landscape

Picking over the proportionality rule

12 November 2018By

The case of Reynolds v One Stop Stores Ltd has added flesh to the bare bones of the proportionality rule, but there is still a long way to go.

London stock exchange

Litigation funders, out and proud

8 October 2018By

Vannin’s stock market float is further evidence of a booming third-party funding sector.

Rachel Rothwell landscape

Dishonesty and nuisance value

10 September 2018By

How should the rules relating to ‘fundamental dishonesty’ operate?

Paul rogerson

In with the in crowd

23 July 2018By

Crowdfunding may be ‘a la mode’, yet in one important respect this burgeoning phenomenon appears rather old-hat.

Lord Justice Jackson at Law Society

Jackson skittles MoJ on damages deals

9 July 2018By

Costs reform architect eloquently demolishes government arguments for ‘caution’ on damages-based agreements.

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Blurring the lines

11 June 2018By

For law firms, funding claims is not for dabblers. But the profits could be vast

Justice Carr

Working on a budget

14 May 2018By

Ask any litigator what is their least favourite aspect of the Jackson reforms and the chances are they will say budgeting.

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