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The court considered whether the conduct of the claimant’s solicitors had been unreasonable or improper within the meaning of CPR 44.11, conduct that included the intentional failure to disclose the existence of a CFA
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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
A new CPR 3.1A is coming into force on 1 October, setting out case management powers when dealing with litigants in person. Gareth Raisbeck puts the new rule under the microscope - will it lead to smoother court proceedings?
As a Section member, you're entitled to four webinars as part of your membership, available live and on-demand
In one of the four inclusive webinars inclusive in Civil Litigation Section membership, Andy Ellis will provide practical insight for practitioners on how to compile and adhere to costs budgets
In one of the four webinars inclusive in 2015 Civil Litigation Section membership, Peter Ellis outlines changes to IP law, including in the Intellectual Property Act 2014
In one of the four webinars inclusive in 2015 Civil Litigation Section membership, Maura McIntosh takes you through the new version of CPR Part 36
In one of the four webinars inclusive in 2015 Civil Litigation Section membership, Stuart Barlow outlines solicitors’ professional obligations and offers practical advice
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Lord Thomas also heralds increasing possibility of online courts to resolve disputes.
Solicitors report major flaws with consultation and fear clients will be unable to access courts.
Consumer Rights Act provides procedure for 'opt-out' actions on behalf of victims of anticompetitive behaviour.
The Ministry of Justice proposes doubling the maximum court levy to £20,000 to generate an extra £60m in income each year.