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FAQ: Why might I need to use a Beddoe application or order?

6 December 2017

The Law Society’s Library helps answer a query about Beddoe applications and orders.

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Kerry Underwood's part 36 update

6 December 2017By

Kerry Underwood looks at where we stand with part 36 in light of recent judgments and Lord Justice Jackson’s proposals on fixed recoverable costs.

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The retreat from Bolam in claims against lawyers

1 December 2017

This paper, written by Carl Troman, barrister and mediator, addresses the change in the law from the Supreme Court’s decision in Montgomery v Lanarkshire regarding the test for whether a professional breaches their duties towards their client when giving advice as to risk. It explores the scope and practical implications of the replacement of the Bolam test.

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