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Changes to the CPR for media and communications claims
From 1 October 2019, changes will be made to the CPR for media and communications claims
A practical approach to trial bundles: building up to success
Regulation of property agents: government shake up on the horizon
A recent report could lead to fundamental changes in the standards required of both estate agents and property managing agents.
Strike out or security for costs as sanction: a question of proportionality
Abigail analyses a recent judgment where security for costs were imposed as a sanction.
Access all areas? When the “interests of justice” may permit a non-party access to arbitration documents
Simon analyses recent judicial scrutiny on when the “interests of justice” may permit a non-party access to arbitration documents.
Government announces funding for ACM cladding
£200m allocated by the Government to replace unsafe aluminium composite (ACM) cladding, from around 176 privately owned high-rise buildings.
Making Briggs without Clay
Stewart Hey, Simon Heatley and Iona Macmillan Douglas brush the dust off without prejudice privilege
From warehouse to courthouse: when delay may amount to abuse of process
Claire Greaney considers the decision of Asturion as well as when delay amounts to an abuse of process and how to "pause proceedings".
Phillips’ patent for GPS enabled fitness tracker loses its way
Garmin has succeeded in largely revoking Phillips’ UK patent in relation to a GPS enabled athletic performance-monitoring device.