Jackson Reforms—one year on [Archived]
Jackson Reforms—one year on [Archived]

The following Dispute Resolution guidance note provides comprehensive and up to date legal information covering:

  • Jackson Reforms—one year on [Archived]
  • Jackson Reforms—one year on
  • Jackson reforms on costs budgeting—one year on
  • Jackson reforms on case management—one year on
  • Jackson reforms on proportionality—one year on
  • Jackson reforms on funding—one year on
  • Jackson reforms on cost assessments and costs orders—one year on

ARCHIVED: this archived Practice Note is not maintained and is for background information purposes only. Further, some of the links may not direct you to the provisions as at the date the guidance in this Practice Note was published.

Jackson Reforms—one year on

To tie in with the important April CPR changes, we are delighted to launch our multimedia update on the development and impact of the Jackson reforms over the last 12 months.

This was filmed to coincide with the one year anniversary of the implementation of the Jackson Reforms. The panel discuss (1) Litigation Risk Transfer (CFAs, DBAs, ATE and third party funding) (2) Relief from sanctions and proposed changes to Part 3 and costs budgets as well as proposed review of Part 36 and (3) Disclosure development, interaction with costs budgeting and practical implications. The panel consists of Neil Smith: Head of Dispute Resolution Group, Keith Levene: Legal Director (Costs Lawyer) at Pinsent Masons, Edward Pepperall QC: St Philips Chambers and Mark Surguy: Partner at Eversheds LLP. See: Jackson Reforms: one year on.

Jackson reforms on costs budgeting—one year on

1 April 2013 saw the introduction of a new approach to the costs management of litigation in England and Wales with costs estimates, in their old form, being abolished and costs budgeting being introduced.