The practical arrangements for the conduct of the trial are usually determined at the pre-trial review, which takes place four to six weeks before the date set for trial1. The parties should, if possible, provide the judge at the pre-trial review with an agreed list of the main issues for the forthcoming trial (including, where appropriate, a separate list of technical issues to be covered by the experts)2. Detailed guidance as to the conduct of the trial itself is provided in the Technology and Construction Court Guide
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