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New Discretion to Allow Out of Time Appeals

New Discretion to Allow Out of Time Appeals to be Lodged in the High Court from Decisions of the NMC, … Read More

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The Costs Journal

Introducing The Costs Journal The Costs Journal is a free publication drafted by Christopher McCauley, who is a specialist Costs … Read More

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Petrodel Pulling Back the Veil

Petrodel in the Supreme Court Paul Moulder discusses this long-trailed case that was anticipated as confirming the ‘Cheat’s Charter’ for … Read More

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Rowan Morton defend long running landlord case

Rowan Morton defends 2nd application to set aside judgment in long-running landlord & tenant case Summary: Wang v Wooles finally … Read More

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QOCS and Credit Hire

Are rules 44.16(2)(A) & (3) undermined by the common law principles relating to credit hire? ‘One man’s satellite litigation is … Read More

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Keeping it quite: the NHS and Beyond

In the wake of the Government’s announcement that they are to ban gagging orders in NHS compromise agreements. The question … Read More

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Legal aid changes to affect families going through divorce

Changes to legal aid funding in April 2013 will affect many lower-income families going through divorce or separation. Pre 1st … Read More

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