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- Under English law, is legal advice that is given by lawyers who qualified outside England & Wales generally covered by legal advice privilege?
- Which High Court division do we apply to for the purpose of enforcing a County Court judgment using a writ of control?
- Does the defendant's application to pay a judgment in instalments prevent me applying for a charging order?
- Can a claim seeking damages for breach of contract and specific performance be issued through the County Court Money Claims Centre?
- Does a loss payee have a direct right of enforcement against insurers?
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Dispute Resolution Blog
Our blog features posts on the latest thinking on various aspects of dispute resolution law from our team and leading commentators.
Recent posts include:
- Winner loses all? Section 40 of the Crime and Courts Act 2013 and its adverse costs consequences
- That’s fascinating!: Must a party disclose relevant but “confidential” material in a closed Facebook group of which they are a member?
- E-justice: trials and tribulations
- CPRC Snippets: November 2016
- Is there a more relaxed approach to Henderson v Henderson abuse of process in interim or interlocutory proceedings?
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Key trackers and guides for dispute resolution lawyers
- Construction blogs: adjudicator's jurisdiction
- House of Commons Exiting the European Union Committee publishes report on process for exiting the European Union and the government's negotiating objectives
- EAPO Regulation: video and forms now available
- Dispute Resolution blog to 18 January 2017: remoteness of damage, conduct of claims, mandatory e-filing in the Rolls Building, and fixed recoverable costs
- Courts should be cautious about refusal to settle as a basis for indemnity costs (Court of Appeal)
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