- Tuesday, 2 September 2014
The Civil Procedure Rule Committee (CPRC) has launched a consultation on a new pre-action protocol for debt claims, following complaints from creditors that there has not been one up until this late stage in drafting.
Tags: Civil Procedure Rule Committee, debt advice, pre-action protocols
Posted in General, News
- Wednesday, 24 October 2012
An end to the ‘£400 Club’ of claimant solicitors who play the RTA portal is in sight after the Master of the Rolls revealed a draft amended pre-action protocol, as well as draft protocols for employers’ liability and public liability claims.
Tags: employers' liability, pre-action protocols, public liability, road traffic accidents, RTA portal
Posted in MoJ claims process, News
- Monday, 9 July 2012
Implementation of the Jackson reforms is set to dominate the work of the Civil Justice Council in the coming year, its newly published 2012/13 business plan has shown. Its advice to the government on QOCS should be made public this week or next.
Tags: ADR, Civil Justice Council, contingency fees, damages-based agreements, expert evidence, guideline hourly rates, litigants in person, pre-action protocols, QOCS, qualified one-way costs-shifting, self-represented litigants
Posted in ADR, DBAs, Experts, General, Jackson reforms, Latest news, News