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Litigants, who served witness statements 50 minutes late, were not debarred from adducing witness evidence at trial.
A recently reported ‘superhuman’ effort by Graham Jules forced Marvel and D.C. into submission following a dispute over the word 'superhero'.
A recent study has found that social workers are being swamped with reports of suspected child abuse and neglect thought to be as a result of a hyper vigilant…
The Commercial Court refused an LLP’s application for pre-action disclosure in their intended action for breach of contract.
Today sees a report that the Goddard Inquiry is referring 100 new cases a month to the police for investigation.
Yesterday’s Queen’s Speech detailed a number of proposals impacting local government. The Children and Social Work Bill in particular looks to reform elements…
The High Court made a landmark ruling in favour of the respondent, BCA Trading (BCA), in an order to allow predictive coding in a disclosure exercise.
As we approach the holiday season the pressure to deal with claims expeditiously becomes more acute as colleagues head off for rest and relaxation.
The High Court has ruled that taking a child out of school during term-time for a holiday does not mean the parent failed to secure the child’s regular attendance
A claim which was brought and funded by the sole director of the claimant company, Justmahe Inc, was struck out due to his failure to provide security for costs
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