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Lord Faulks QC, Minister of State for Civil
Justice, has confirmed that the post-implementation review of Part 2 of the Legal Aid Sentencing and Punishment of Offenders Act 2012 (LAPSO 2012) will take place towards the end of the previously announced period, being April 2016 to April 2018.
It should be noted that:
For information on the recommendations Subscribers to LexisPSL dispute resolution can access our News Analysis: Reform of Damages Based Agreements – CJC recommendations published (take a free trial here to access if you are not a subscriber).
The results of consolidation are currently with the government for consideration. It is anticipated that new regulations will be forthcoming for civil and personal injury claims in 2016 and that a separate regulation will apply for employment claims
The written statement confirming the review, and which also deals with the coming to an end of the exemption for insolvency litigation, is available in our previous post.
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