HM Courts and Tribunals Service (HMCTS) has announced a one-year extension of its court reform programme.
Alison Kirby and Alastair Shaw join James Perry to hone in on interest and how it can be pleaded to your client’s advantage.
The Justice Select Committee has launched an inquiry into the access to justice implications of the HM Courts & Tribunals Service (HMCTS) court modernisation programme.
Avi Dolties asks whether it’s time to start tapping into mediation to settle costs disputes.
Mediation continues to face challenges in its journey from an alternative to mainstream form of dispute resolution, not least being overshadowed by Brexit. Peter Causton rounds up the latest developments.
Jonathan Haydn-Williams reports back from the Civil Mediation Council’s (CMC) annual conference.
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.
An epidemic of holiday sickness claims has plagued the travel industry over the past couple of years. Stephen Mason examines the impact of new regulations.
Michelle Garlick offers a quick guide for litigators on how to avoid complaints, focusing on what good compliance and client care look like.
Sheffield Hallam University has created its own law firm, SHU Law, to offer students ‘real life work experience’ during their studies. We asked Sally Mallinson-Ayres how it will work.
What action should your firm be taking in a no-deal scenario?
A European court has ruled that a legal expenses insurer’s terms and conditions were incompatible with the Solvency II Directive, and that the claimant had a free choice of lawyer under a contract of legal expense insurance. Kerry Underwood’s response? Don’t take no for an answer from BTE insurers.