The following Dispute Resolution guidance note provides comprehensive and up to date legal information covering:
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The draft agenda for the 11 May 2018 CPR Committee (CPRC) open meeting is available here:
The agreed minutes can also be found here:
Agreed minutes—11 May 2018
The meeting was chaired by Mr Justice Coulson, although Sir Terence Etherton was present to give the introductory remarks, in particular reflecting on the breadth of work undertaken by the CPRC and the particular success of the CPRC’s open meetings (which have been taking place since June 2006).
It was noted that:
District Judge Lethem will remain on the CPRC for a further term
a new barrister member will be appointed to replace Mr Johnathan Klein
Ms Kate Wellington, a consumer affairs member who has worked extensively on the Pre-action Protocol for Debt Claims, will be leaving the CPRC and her replacement is to be arranged
Mr Justice Coulson additionally introduced Ms Nicola Critchley from the Civil Justice Council (CJC), who will attend CPRC meetings going forward
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