Year: 2013
17
Oct
13
In 2010 Lewis Pierce was nine and a half years old and one day was playing at school with his younger brother George; both boys went over to a water fountain and George sprayed Lewis with water. ...

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15
Oct
13
Yesterday’s Guardian reported that Cwmbran magistrates’ court was closed for all normal business due to the court having to deal with 86 people, mainly from just two valleys in south Wales, being ...

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11
Oct
13
Another recent example of the courts’ more robust approach to costs (as to which, see also my earlier posting on Willis v MRJ Rundell & Associates Ltd) is found in Kelly v Black Horse

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09
Oct
13
Litigation solicitors up and down the country are no doubt assessing the implications of the latest procedural changes with an eye to their own risk management profile. Of particular importance has ...

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06
Oct
13
 Many lawyers are no doubt wondering how the new costs rules, particularly those as to costs budgets, will affect litigation in the future. The recent decision of Mr Justice Coulson in the ...

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30
Sep
13
Ever been tempted to apply for summary judgment on the ...

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27
Sep
13
  Our regular readers will recall that we recently blogged about the Legal ...

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