Two pieces of legislation came into force just before Christmas which will transform the personal injury sector and set the ball rolling on sweeping court reforms.
The High Court has approved an upwardly revised costs budget after finding that extra disclosure demands constituted a ‘significant development’ in the case.
The Civil Justice Council (CJC) working group has published its final report on alternative dispute resolution (ADR) and civil justice.
The long-awaited review of legal aid reforms will not be published by the end of 2018, the Ministry of Justice (MoJ) has confirmed.
The Senior Courts Costs Office Guide 2018 has been published, replacing the 2013 version.
The Law Society has launched a new court reform webpage to help you to keep up to date with the HMCTS reform programme.
HM Courts and Tribunals Service have announced that they will be piloting early and late sittings in civil and family courts.
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A new pilot scheme will launch on 1 January 2019, aiming to address concerns about the current excessive costs, scale and complexity of disclosure.
The Law Society has responded to the Ministry of Justice consultation on the impact of part 2 of LASPO, claiming that the government has created an imbalance between claimants and defendants.