Litigation in Practice

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Flexible court hours pilot to start in September 2019

2019-06-25T15:42:00+01:00

Court bosses have finally confirmed the start date for the long-anticipated extended sitting hours pilot.

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Podcast: Relief from sanctions

2018-10-18T08:05:00+01:00By

In the second podcast of our series, Civil Litigation Section committee member Peter Causton offers advice and top tips on applying the relief from sanctions test.

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Four key characteristics to look for when instructing an expert witness

2019-10-10T16:24:00+01:00By

Having completed 40 years’ service as an expert witness in litigation and arbitration proceedings, Arthur Harverd reflects on the essential qualities that solicitors should seek when appointing expert witnesses.

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Podcast: Changes to the Financial Ombudsman Service

2019-05-28T12:37:00+01:00

Thomas Bell and James Hall discuss the new rules enacted by the Financial Conduct Authority, which substantially expanded the Financial Ombudsman Service’s jurisdiction.

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