- Civil litigation reform in Scotland—what next?
- The Gill Review
- The Act
- DBAs & third party funding
- The post-reform landscape
- The Jackson reforms
- Scotland & England
Dispute Resolution analysis: The reform of the Scottish courts continues to proceed, most recently with the passing of the Civil Litigation (Expenses and Group Proceedings) (Scotland) Act 2018. John MacKenzie, partner in the commercial disputes team at Shepherd & Wedderburn, considers the effect the CL(EGP)(S)A will have and what’s next for civil litigation in Scotland. In doing so he considers, among other things, how well the Gill Review reforms, including DBAs, will work in Scotland and compares them to the Jackson reforms in England.
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