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21
Mar
19
The Lord Chancellor will announce later today that the first review of the personal injury discount rate under the Damages Act 1996 as amended by the Civil Liability Act 2018 will start on 19 March ...
19
Mar
19
I have seen this decision reported in a number of places online and it seems to be both important and interesting, so thought I'd add something brief here. The High Court has given much needed ...
15
Mar
19
The High Court has recently considered the circumstances in which it is appropriate to grant anonymity orders under CPR 39.2(4) and the stage at which such applications should be made. ...
06
Mar
19
It is common in highway trip and slip claims for claimants to provide photographs of the defect they say caused them injury. Those photographs usually show, amongst other things, an attempt to measure ...
01
Mar
19
Relief from sanctions applications remain an all too common part of litigation, particularly in the personal injury sphere. In a recent case before DDJ Sadd in Croydon County Court, relief from ...
22
Feb
19
Sophie Mortimer successfully represented the Defendant in a clinical ...
21
Feb
19
This edition of the Newsletter considers a recent decision in the County Court which, for the first time, was concerned with the application of the
20
Feb
19
This article was first published in Nearly Legal HHJ Carr in a reserved judgment handed down on 13 Feb 2019 allowed the ...
18
Feb
19
We're delighted to announce that Sarah Prager will, again, be speaking at the ABTA Travel Law Seminar. To see the other speakers and programme, click here: 
14
Feb
19
In the case of Various Claimants v Barclays Bank, permission to appeal to the Supreme Court has been granted to Barclays. Barclays is represented by

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