- Examining when proceedings should be served (Personal Management Solutions Ltd and Others v Gee 7 Group Ltd)
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- What issues did this case raise?
- To what extent is the judgment helpful in clarifying the law in this area?
- Are there still any grey areas or unresolved issues practitioners will need to watch out for? If so, how can they avoid any possible problems or pitfalls?
- What are the implications for practitioners? What will they need to be mindful of when advising in this area? Any best practice tips?
- What are the trends in this area? Do you have any predictions for the future?
Dispute Resolution analysis: A recent Court of Appeal case provides a timely reminder to practitioners that the service of proceedings should not be left until the last minute, and those that do cannot count on rule 6.15(2) of the Civil Procedure Rules 1998 (CPR) to save the day. John Randall QC, a silk at St Philips Chambers, reports.
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