The pre-action protocol for debt claims was recently introduced into the court system. In short, the courts expect the parties to follow the guidance set out in the protocol itself. The protocol only came into force on 1 October 2017 so it isn’t clear at this early...
Fixed fee solicitor costs are the latest in a long line of proposed reforms to the civil court system. Currently, it is very rare to recover costs in small claims, with the exception of court fees and expenses. Small claims typically cover disputes of a value up to...
Court office staff are going to be reduced according to an announcement by HM Courts and Tribunals Service. It plans to lose around 2.5% of its workforce. The total number to go will be in the region of 400 or so employees. The vast majority of the reductions will be...
Litigation spending has reduced according to statistics released in the annual Norton Rose Fulbright litigation trends survey, based on answers given by 803 corporate counsel in Europe, north America and Asia. The figures may not therefore be representative of every...
Judgment in default is becoming more frequent according to the latest court statistics released last month. You can read them here. They show in the last year the number of claims which went undefended increased by 25%. A total of 829,000 judgments were entered in...
Court issue fee increases came into effect on Monday 8th March 2015, giving little in the way of warning. The increased fees had been been proposed but it was only the week before the came into action, that the introduction was confirmed. It will no doubt have...
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