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Our Civil Justice Committee will be submitting a formal response to the Ministry of Justice post-implementation review of LASPO part 2.
My client has mortgage arrears and the lenders are threatening to repossess his home. I understand there is a protocol which lenders should follow. Where can I find further information?
I act for a group of claimants in relation to Multi-Party Action. A Group Litigation Order (GLO) has been granted. My colleague informs me that we need to forward a copy to the Law Society. Is this correct?
We are acting on behalf of a claimant and have just been advised that a winding up order has been made against the defendant company. Can we proceed with our client’s claim?
I have been contacted by a client who wants me to advise him on a compromise agreement in a discrimination case. Am I able to advise the client as an ‘independent adviser’?
Adam Tear, Howe+Co, discusses his personal highlights of the year, the challenges facing solicitor advocates, his advice for solicitor advocates, and more.
The Serious Fraud Office will continue to test claims to privilege where it thinks they are unjustified.
Test your knowledge of civil litigation and costs
The new electronic bill of costs is set to be implemented from 1 October, after it went before the Civil Procedure Rule Committee earlier this year
The ABI has conceded to MPs that the insurance industry saved ‘hundreds of millions of pounds’ from reforms to personal injury in 2013.
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