- CPR 52 reforms—how have the restrictions on appeal been tackled so far?
- What are the key changes in practice and procedure since the introduction of the redrawn CPR 52 in October 2016?
- What recent cases have considered or applied the new (versus old) procedure for obtaining permission to appeal in the civil courts under CPR 52, as amended in 2016/17?
- What are the issues which practitioners are facing and how is practice evolving to address these?
Dispute Resolution analysis: Georgia Whiting, barrister at 4 King’s Bench Walk, discusses whether Part 52 of the Civil Procedure Rules (CPR) reforms on permission to appeal have had any impact on procedural fairness and access to justice.
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