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No procedural decision has created so much pain and paranoia as that of Lord Dyson MR in Mitchell v News Group Newspapers Ltd  EWCA Civ 1537,  2 All ER 430. In his latest column in New Law Journal, Dominic Regan gives his suggestions on things which will help litigators sleep at night. We've listed some below, but click over to read the full article here.
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Professor Dominic Regan is an NLJ columnist and has assisted Lord Justice Jackson & HH Judge Simon Brown QC with costs reform. He also writes Prof Dominic Regan. The full article was first published by New Law Journal on 5 June 2014 and is reproduced with permission.
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