- Lexis®PSL Dispute Resolution weekly highlights—7 July 2016
- In this issue:
- Headlines (News updates & analysis)
- Court of Appeal—costs—refusal to mediate not unreasonable
- Court of Appeal—costs—Bullock orders
- Court of Appeal—issue based costs orders
- CJEU—Service Regulation and translations
- Disclosure—confidential documents
- Contract formation—intention and certainty
- Adjudication—was there an adjudication clause?
- Part 36—interest and calculating if Part 36 offer beaten
- Part 36 offers—relationship with Calderbank offers
- Costs budgeting—the meaning of 'significant development'
- Costs—third party costs orders
- Costs—practical considerations
- Funding—changing from legal aid to CFA
- Judicial review—Civil Procedure (Amendment No 2) Rules 2016 (SI 2016/707)
- Extension of QOCS—CJC report
- Supreme Court—annual report and accounts
- Judicial Office—2016/17 business plan
- Welsh laws
- Relevant updates from other practice areas
- Supreme Court
- Brussels I—enforcing a freezing order
- New and updated on Lexis®PSL Dispute Resolution
- Costs budgeting practice notes and checklists
- Updated Practice Notes
- Latest Q&As
Welcome to the weekly highlights from the Lexis®PSL Dispute Resolution team for the week ending 7 July 2016. In this week’s edition we highlight our analysis and news on a broad range of matters, including: costs and refusals to mediate (Altrincham Prep); issues based costs orders (McMullon); disclosure of confidential documents (Aqua Global); adjudication (Goldsworthy); contract formation (Novus Aviation); and, Part 36 (Purrunsing). As usual, we also highlight relevant analysis from other Lexis®PSL Practice Areas (including the Court of Appeal’s landmark judgment in Tiuta on professional negligence), articles on the impact of Brexit, the key updates to our core content, the latest Q&As, and this week’s posts in the Dispute Resolution Blog. All this, and more, in our weekly highlights.
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