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Dispensing with Service: what makes your case exceptional? - Lonestar v Kaye

United Kingdom, European Union - November 19 2019 The Court may dispense with service of a claim form in exceptional circumstances (CPR 6.16(1)). In Lonestar Communications Corp LLC v Daniel Kaye and...

Harriet Campbell.

Don’t stand so close to me: When is leaving a claim form near to someone good service? Gorbachev v Guriev

United Kingdom, European Union - November 7 2019 A claim form may be served personally on an individual by “leaving it with” that individual (CPR 6.5(3)). But what does that mean in practice? Does...

Sue Millar.

Fraud v Finality: a bare-knuckle fight?

United Kingdom - March 21 2019 The general rule in English litigation is that claimants have one chance to put their case: they have one trial and need to use all their evidence...

Ros Prince.