Dispute Resolution

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Tina has a broad range of contentious experience across a spectrum of areas, including in relation to shareholder disputes, breaches of contract, contractual interpretation, economic torts and negligence. She has also acted on regulatory and internal investigations.
 
Tina joined LexisNexis in November 2018 and works on the PSL Dispute Resolution module, dealing primarily with cross border issues (including jurisdiction and enforcement), as well as civil appeals.

Janna is a dispute resolution lawyer. She deals primarily with cross border issues and is active in the work being undertaken in relation to the implications of Brexit for Dispute Resolution lawyers. Janna also heads up a LexisNexis costs team bringing together expertise from across the company to deal with the costs issues facing the profession.

 

Olivia specialises in general domestic and international commercial litigation. She trained and practised as an associate at Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer. During her time in practice she acted primarily for financial institution clients and worked on a range of commercial disputes and regulatory investigations, covering areas such as breach of contract, mis-selling of financial products, domestic and cross-border enforcement, discrimination under the Equality Act 2010 and domestic and international requests for information by financial services regulators.

Olivia works on the PSL Dispute Resolution module, covering evidence and disclosure, injunctions and other relief orders and general applications. 

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2 Jun 2014

As the costs regime ushered in by the Jackson reforms enters its second year, tensions between existing and new provisions have begun to show. In the first of a...

SA-1019-028-925x286(1)Dispute_Resolution 16
21 May 2014

The Civil Procedure Rule Committee (CPRC) held an open meeting attended by practitioners on 2 May 2014. Janna Purdie attended. The meeting dealt with some committee...

SA-1019-028-925x286(1)Dispute_Resolution 18
8 May 2014

LexisPSL Dispute Resolution Round Table Discussion from LexisNexis on Vimeo. This video was filmed to coincide with the one year anniversary of the implementation of the...

SA-1019-028-925x286(1)Dispute_Resolution 18
22 Apr 2014

Introduction of single County Court From today, 22 April 2014, the Crime and Courts Act 2014, s 17, establishes a new single, national, County Court and amends the County...

SA-1019-028-925x286(1)Dispute_Resolution 16
11 Apr 2014

Concerns have been raised with the Civil Procedure Rule Committee as to the amendments to CPR 3.12 dealing with costs budgeting exemptions. The concern arises from a...

SA-1019-028-925x286(1)Dispute_Resolution 15
11 Apr 2014

The Ministry of Justice has this morning released some of the court forms amended as a consequence of the different SIs bringing in CPR changes this month. There are...

SA-1019-028-925x286(1)Dispute_Resolution 2
11 Apr 2014

Last week saw the publication of yet another statutory instrument setting out upcoming changes to the CPR (The Civil Procedure (Amendment No 4) Rules 2014, SI 2014/867). ...

SA-1019-028-925x286(1)Dispute_Resolution 5
8 Apr 2014

UPDATE:  The CPR rules below were laid before Parliament and approved on 1 April 2014 in the Civil Procedure (Amendment No. 4) Rules 2014, SI 2014/867. The Making...

SA-1019-028-925x286(1)Dispute_Resolution 4
3 Apr 2014

Following on from yesterday's consideration of how the Jackson reforms have affected solicitors in the last year, we now look at the position in relation to barristers....

SA-1019-028-925x286(1)Dispute_Resolution 13
2 Apr 2014

In the first of a series of 4 posts, we consider how the Jackson Reforms have affected different parts of the profession. We start with solicitors in this post, with...

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Unintended consequences of the Jackson Reforms (Part 1)
Dispute Resolution

As the costs regime ushered in by the Jackson reforms enters its second year, tensions between existing and new provisions have begun to show. In the first of a...

CPR Committee Open Meeting—2 May 2014
Dispute Resolution

The Civil Procedure Rule Committee (CPRC) held an open meeting attended by practitioners on 2 May 2014. Janna Purdie attended. The meeting dealt with some committee...

Jackson One Year On: Panel Discussion
Dispute Resolution

LexisPSL Dispute Resolution Round Table Discussion from LexisNexis on Vimeo. This video was filmed to coincide with the one year anniversary of the implementation of the...

Welcome to the single County Court
Dispute Resolution

Introduction of single County Court From today, 22 April 2014, the Crime and Courts Act 2014, s 17, establishes a new single, national, County Court and amends the County...

Exemption in amended CPR 3.12 WILL apply to all courts
Dispute Resolution

Concerns have been raised with the Civil Procedure Rule Committee as to the amendments to CPR 3.12 dealing with costs budgeting exemptions. The concern arises from a...

Breaking News: Updated court forms published
Dispute Resolution

The Ministry of Justice has this morning released some of the court forms amended as a consequence of the different SIs bringing in CPR changes this month. There are...

Further CPR amendments published
Dispute Resolution

Last week saw the publication of yet another statutory instrument setting out upcoming changes to the CPR (The Civil Procedure (Amendment No 4) Rules 2014, SI 2014/867). ...

UPDATE: New costs budgeting rules in force from 22 April 2014
Dispute Resolution

UPDATE:  The CPR rules below were laid before Parliament and approved on 1 April 2014 in the Civil Procedure (Amendment No. 4) Rules 2014, SI 2014/867. The Making...

Jackson reforms one year on: how has it affected barristers?
Dispute Resolution

Following on from yesterday's consideration of how the Jackson reforms have affected solicitors in the last year, we now look at the position in relation to barristers....

Jackson reforms one year on: how has it affected solicitors?
Dispute Resolution

In the first of a series of 4 posts, we consider how the Jackson Reforms have affected different parts of the profession. We start with solicitors in this post, with...

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