James Perry is director technical at DWF and co-manager of the recoveries team. He is also a member of the Civil Litigation Section committee.
James Perry offers a personal perspective on the court reforms and how they risk complicating litigation further, instead of simplifying the system.
James Perry, Alison Kirby and Alastair Shaw, members of the Civil Litigation Section committee, discuss recent developments in the case of Barton v Wright Hassall which looks at how litigants-in-person should be treated by the courts when failing to follow court rules.
July saw the eagerly anticipated publication of Lord Justice Jackson’s views on fixed costs. As with any set of proposals, there will ultimately be winners and losers.
James Perry provides commentary on Wiseman v Marston’s Plc.