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IPs urge continued Jackson exemption – but admit success fees are rarely recovered anyway

Prof Peter Walton

Creditors face losing more than £150m per year if the exemption from the Jackson reforms for insolvency litigation ends as planned next April, according to an independent report commissioned by the insolvency profession.

April 23rd, 2014

Labour calls in top lawyers to help speed up judicial diversity

Sadiq Khan

Labour has asked two leading QCs to advise on what more could be done to diversify the judiciary amid fears that progress has “stalled”: leading human rights solicitor Sir Geoffrey Bindman QC and Matrix Chambers’ Karon Monaghan QC.

April 22nd, 2014

Planning Court launch marks start of government’s judicial review reforms

Chris Grayling

The first stage of the government’s reforms to judicial review – the creation of a Planning Court for England and Wales – has come into operation with the aim of speeding up the court process and reducing delays to hundreds of infrastructure projects.

April 22nd, 2014

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The first year of Jackson – the sky’s the limit?

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So here we are, on April Fool’s Day once more, talking about the Jackson reforms. We were told that the sky would fall in, that the doors of the court would shut on many and that dole queues would be swelled by large numbers of personal injury lawyers. But I have been reporting on the legal profession long enough to know that the predictions of catastrophe that precede any major change never come to pass. The profession adapts – it always has, it always will.

April 1st, 2014

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