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The High Court has allowed a case to continue despite a party failing to turn up for a directions hearing, and post-Denton, is another expression of leniency by the court in relation to parties seeking relief from sanctions
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Rocco Pirozzolo on why firms will remain unlikely to use damages-based agreements unless the MOJ reviews the legislation
Section members get free access to two half-day conferences (worth £150) per year.
We are pleased to announce that our spring conference, free of charge for Section members, will be held on 29 April at Chancery Lane
This one-day event organised by the Private Client Section will deliver an in-depth examination on the leading issues in cross-border private client law.
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Low Commission publishes second report on advice services – and says deficit is ‘growing’.
House of Commons committee agrees fees for civil litigation claims over £10,000.