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We commission exclusive articles from leading practitioners and commentators, on all areas of civil litigation practice, for our regular members-only e-newsletters
In the third and final part of a three-part series on effective mediation strategies, Amanda Bucklow looks at the three possible outcomes to a mediation.
Helen Curtis and Liz Davies, barrister mediators in the Garden Court Chambers mediation team, discuss the role of barristers in mediation - both barrister mediators and barristers who attend a mediation on behalf of a client.
We regularly hand-pick the most important civil cases and provide clear and concise analysis of the issues involved and any actions you should consider taking
The court has held a claimant liable for a defendant’s costs of and incidental to an abandoned professional negligence claim, even though the claim form had not been served - good news for defendants aiming to recover costs incurred pre-action?
We commission exclusive articles from leading practitioners and commentators, on all areas of civil litigation practice, for our regular e-newsletter. Read sample articles exclusively here
Gareth Raisbeck argues that in light of last year’s ParkingEye litigation, crowdfunding could at last be stepping out of the shadows as a viable and attractive means of financing commercial litigation, especially for a younger generation of tech-savvy litigants
The standard rate of insurance premium tax jumps to 9.5% on 1 November, potentially leaving solicitors having to pay an additional 3.5% over and above a calculated premium. Matthew Harman explains what you need to do now
We speak to three members of the Civil Litigation Section committee about their experiences of 2015 so far, and what members should look out for in the remainder of the year
As a Section member, you're entitled to four webinars as part of your membership, available live and on-demand
Join Maura McIntosh of Herbert Smith Freehills for an update on the key developments in commercial litigation over the past 12 months. Inclusive in Civil Litigation Section membership.
Join this webinar delivered by Ed Pepperall, QC MCIArb, of St Philips Chambers, to hear a round-up of recent part 36 offers and case law. This webinar is inclusive in Civil Litigation Section membership for 2016.
This webinar, inclusive in Civil Litigation Section membership, will provide an introduction to the basics of arbitration and its practical workings, plus the benefits of PIcARBS
Participate in this webinar to gain practical guidance to ensure you have an in depth understanding of how to start planning for continuing competence.
The free event will be aimed primarily at solicitors who are looking to apply for the DDJ(MC) competition launching in June/July.
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The full judgment from the recent Supreme Court hearing.
Report published today would see online court become mandatory.
Barrister to handle relations with profession and Sir Oliver Heald receives legal aid brief in new ministerial portfolios.
HMCTS digital director Kevin Gallagher says technology is a key enabler in civil reforms.