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- Is there any case law to assist me where an opponent corresponds by email but refuses to accept service by email?
- When calculating the correct court fee payable upon issuing proceedings, how do you value the claim and is interest included?
- We drafted and served a pre-action Part 36 offer on the assumption our client would be the claimant. However, our client is now the defendant in the proceedings (commenced by the offeree). Will the Part 36 offer give our client much costs protection?
- As concerns emailing documents to the Rolls Building courts, do you know any more about the plans I've heard regarding electronic filing in the Chancery Division?
- When should I commence detailed assessment proceedings following a costs order I obtained in respect of an interim application?
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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:
- Practical Law’s breakfast briefing: Insurance Act 2015: minimising the risk of disputes
- Drafting settlement agreements: do you know what claims you’re releasing?
- Webb v Liverpool Women’s NHS Foundation Trust: when is winner not a winner?
- Insolvency Express Trials: an opportunity for the profession?
- When is a penalty not a penalty? The decision in Hayfin Opal Luxco 3 S.A.R.L. v Windermere VII CMBS plc  EWHC 782
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Key trackers and guides for dispute resolution lawyers
- Disputing the jurisdiction of the English court
- Electronic working in the UK courts
- Injunctions: an overview
- Consent orders and judgments
- Checklist of incurred and potential work to assist in preparing a costs budget
- Documents to be filed at court in civil litigation proceedings: checklist
- Fixed costs and Part 36
- Contracts: agreed remedies
- UK to opt in to proposed EU Council Decision on Hague Convention on the recognition and enforcement of foreign judgments
- Restructuring and insolvency: At a glance: May 2016
- Insolvency Service consults on options for reform of corporate insolvency framework
- Sir Terence Etherton named as new Master of the Rolls
- Construction blogs: Makdessi and variations
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