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Civil litigation disclosure: the reforms are revealed

United Kingdom, European Union - November 2 2017 The wait is over. Today, after much speculation about both process and substance, the proposed new disclosure rules for civil litigation in England...


Brexit and judicial co-operation

United Kingdom, European Union - August 22 2017 The UK has today published its position paper on civil judicial cooperation in the context of upcoming Brexit negotiations. As expected, the UK will...


The weaknesses of evidence based on recollection

United Kingdom - July 26 2017 Leggatt J (whose promotion to the Court of Appeal has just been announced) today handed down his judgment in the high profile Commercial Court...


Brexit and Enforcement of Judgments

United Kingdom, European Union - March 23 2017 Although it doesn't attract as many tabloid headlines as other 'negotiating Brexit' issues, a successful resolution to the question about the future...


The witness statement as we know it - an endangered species? Lessons for those litigating in the English Commercial Court

United Kingdom - September 1 2014 Back in 2012, in her judgment in the mammoth Berezovsky v Abramovich litigation, Mrs Justice Gloster (as she then was) noted that the approach to...

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