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New Law Journal columnist Professor Dominic Regan presents an exclusive one-to-one interview with Lord Justice Jackson, who is leading the current review of fixed recoverable costs.
Jackson LJ said he hoped to launch voluntary pilot schemes in cases of up to £250,000 in value in the mercantile courts in London and Manchester and in the other two specialist courts in Manchester.
Sir Rupert's report is due for completion by 31 July 2017.
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