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John Griffiths

The Big Gig Rejig

The ‘gig economy’ is never far from the news. Here DAS Law Solicitor John Griffiths explains where the term comes from, what it means, and how businesses can help themselves today when it comes to clearly defining the status of their people…

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Burcher Jennings

What constitutes good reason to depart downwards from a costs budget?

It has been over 18 months since the case of Harrison v University Hospitals Coventry & Warwickshire NHS Trust determined how cases which are subject to costs management are dealt with at Detailed Assessment.

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Eclipse Legal Systems

Eclipse strengthens position in Scottish legal sector with the launch of a regional hub

Eclipse Legal Systems, the UK’s leading case and practice management software provider, has responded to the increased demand for its Proclaim solution within the Scottish legal sector with the launch of a dedicated Edinburgh office and region-specific sales and innovation teams.

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Eclipse Legal Systems

Eclipse’s new Proclaim MTD toolset officially recognised by HMRC as Making Tax Digital compliant

Law Society endorsed legal software provider, Eclipse Legal Systems, has announced new functionality in its Proclaim Practice Management solution to enable law firms to remain compliant with HMRC Making Tax Digital requirements.

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Burcher Jennings

Getting your budget right

Preparing a Precedent H costs budget is a crucial step for any litigant who is looking to recover their inter-partes costs in a Multi-Track claim. Getting the budget right the first time is essential, as any application to correct mistakes or omissions is extremely unlikely, and will not amount to “good reasons” to depart from the approved budget.

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14 June 2019

Serious harm in defamation – a helpful ruling from the Supreme Court

Earlier this week, the Supreme Court handed down its long-awaited judgment in Bruno Lachaux v Independent Print Limited and Evening Standard Limited, dismissing the newspapers’ appeals.

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