Archive for October, 2012

Personal Injury Articles

Relief from sanctions: the trend every litigator needs to know about – Sarah Prager, 1 Chancery Lane  Sarah Prager discusses a growing trend for judges in the higher and lower courts to refuse to grant relief from sanctions; and asks where we go from here. Abuse of Process – Michael Brace, Civitas Law  With an […]

October 19, 2012 · Editorial Team · Comments Closed
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PI Practitioner – each issue a particular topic is highlighted, citing some of the useful cases and other materials in that area.

Costs consequences of fraudulent or exaggerated claims Ul-Haq & Others v Shah [2009] EWCA Civ 542, CA In this case the Court of the Appeal considered the question whether the genuine part of a claimant’s claim could be struck out by reason collateral dishonesty. Delivering the leading judgement, Smith LJ noted that “[the judge] can mark […]

October 4, 2012 · Editorial Team · Comments Closed
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