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Schedules and the gadget generation 2: activity apps and damages

United Kingdom - November 19 2014 Judges and practitioners alike are routinely confronted with substantial claims for care and assistance following an accident, with claimants…

Post-Mitchell: relief from sanctions in practice

United Kingdom - February 10 2014 As practitioners continue to the grapple with the realities of the post-Mitchell climate, several reported decisions are beginning to demonstrate…

Fraudlent claims and contempt of court: if you can't do the time ...

United Kingdom - November 14 2013 Regular readers of this blog will have come across several posts dealing with allegations of fraud or exaggeration. Indeed, allegedly fraudulent…

How Jackson will affect clinical negligence claims

United Kingdom - April 29 2013 On 1st April 2013 many of the key provisions of the Jackson Reforms came into force. This article sets out the key areas of change that will affect…

Possession warrants and abuse of process

United Kingdom - December 13 2012 Following a successful claim for possession and execution of a possession warrant, an individual has very limited routes by which they can attempt to secure re-entry to the property.