Claims relating to Japanese Knotweed have multiplied in recent years. As a result of rising property values, even minor diminution in value to the average property can now merit allocation to the multi-track.
In Thursday’s webinar Conor Kennedy examined some important…
From 1st October 2023, civil litigation in England and Wales will dramatically change. Virtually all claims valued up to £100,000 will be subject to a new fixed costs regime. Fixed recoverable costs will be extended across the fast track, and a new…
Our eye was caught this week by a recent judgment by Mellor J in a cryptocurrency case. Not that the subject matter of the claim especially concerns travel and cross border practitioners; but the question of whether a party can rely on…
Commercial analysis: The Chartered Trading Standards Institute (CTSI) has called for holiday protections and terms and conditions to be simplified to reduce confusion for consumers. Sarah Prager KC of Deka Chambers considers what the CTSI has called for, the current legal position…
In yesterday’s webinar, Robert Parkin considered the Damages Claims Portal and made suggestions as to the circumstances in which use of the DCP is mandatory, how to avoid this, and how to get out of trouble if mistakes happen.
In their webinar on Thursday, Robert Parkin and Henk Soede discussed how to avoid common litigation pitfalls. Robert talked about drafting witness statements in line with PD 57AC, with a particular focus on foreign language statements. Henk considered the current rules on…
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