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The Statutory Instrument for the much anticipated re-write of CPR 36 is now with us.
Yes - It is a complete re-write
Yes - It will come into force on 6 April 2015 – we are updating our Part 36 content in advance of that deadline
Yes - The main areas of change are as per the much trailed expectations (on which LexisPSL Dispute Resolution subscribers can see our Practice Note: Part 36—2015 reforms ):
Ed Pepperall QC of St Philips Chambers, head of the Civil Procedure Rules Committee’s sub-committee on Part 36 reform – and he who drafted the new CPR 36 in conjunction with his sub-committee colleagues – is running a nationwide series of free seminars on the new CPR 36 in conjunction with LexisNexis PSL Dispute Resolution.
Click here to register your place at any of the London, Leeds or Birmingham events. We look forward to seeing you there.
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