It is hard to overstate the significance of last night's speech by Sir Rupert Jackson. The sweeping imposition of fixed recoverable costs across the whole of the fast track, and for cases up to £250,000 in the multi-track, will stun lawyers. And ... Law Society Gazette, 1 week ago
Judges will decide whether insurers or the Met should pay for damage worth millions of pounds caused to a Sony warehouse during the 2011 London riots. Mayor Boris Johnson took the case to the Supreme Court after it was ruled that under the 1886 ...BBC, 3 weeks ago
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As the natural forum for business disputes in England and Wales, the mercantile courts are keen to play a role in testing out new civil justice initiatives. The London Mercantile Court is among the courts in the Rolls Building to pilot the ...Law Society Gazette, 2 months ago Mercantile courts adapt for the future Law Society Gazette, 2 months ago
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