Articles matching "jackson reforms"
The Claimant’s failure to obtain relief from sanctions after he had failed to comply with an order to give disclosure and serve witness evidence meant that his claim was dismissed. The Claimant had…Read more
What do latest signals from Jackson and Briggs on fixed costs and the Online Court mean for insurers?
While news of the government’s appetite for change in these areas continues to be awaited, this week’s latest pointers from these two reforming Court of Appeal judges suggest that a more conservative…Read more
It was anticipated that more radical thoughts would emerge from Lord Justice Jackson’s latest speech last night to the Insolvency Practitioners’ Association on the subject of rolling out more fixed…Read more