28 January 2014Print This Post

Brand new for 2014: Contested disclosure – a practical guide for litigators

Jackson altered the rules on disclosure. The dramatic change to relief from sanctions means that there is likely to be more satellite litigation around contested disclosure as solicitors struggle with the post-Jackson situation.

All solicitors need to know how to make and defend applications of disclosure whether before proceedings start or during the proceedings themselves. The situation raises many questions: How do I make or oppose an application for disclosure? What disclosure am I entitled to pre-action? What disclosure can I require in various types of litigation?

After viewing our new one hour webinar you will be able to find out how to apply for disclosure if the other side is not co-operating and oppose a disclosure application made against your client.

This webinar is presented by Gary Barker, a practising solicitor with over 20 years’ practical experience. This title is one of a new range of litigation webinars presented by Gary for MBL – others include A Guide to Disclosure Following Jackson, Limitation Periods – The Essentials for Litigators and Costs Update: Recent Case Law Review.

For more information or to make a booking give us a call on 0161 793 0984. Alternatively, just email lucy@mblseminars.com quoting the course title and Litigation Futures.

 



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