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Here’s our August round up of posts. Click on the links to read the posts and join the discussion.
Cook on Costs Jackson Review Supplement (free chapter available!)
Last call for submissions: Ministry of Justice call for evidence from stakeholders
Is the decision in Grimason disproportionate?
Should the court take into account the stress of court delay?
Should absent contemnors continue to have a right of appeal?
First ‘plebgate’, now cost budgeting sanction. Harsh or to be expected?
Caribbean court holds LCIA arbitration award unenforceable on ground of public policy
Claim not ‘dependent’ on rights to land in Egypt so English jurisdiction established
Referral fees ban helps to clean up murky area of law
Reminder to use updated Precedent H from October 2013
Reader Question: When to file Precedent H if no CMC is anticipated?
CPR Update: October 2013
Guide published for litigants in person for interim applications
The times they are a-changin’
Beware the Overriding Objective
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