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- Is it mandatory to submit a defence prior to submitting a strike out application in a claim issued in the County Court Business Centre?
- Can we refuse to disclose an ATE policy to excess ATE insurers on grounds of privilege?
- My opponent has never filed a defence; and I should have requested default judgment eight months ago. Am I right in thinking there's a rule that prevents me simply filing a request for default judgment now?
- How can the claimant have obtained default judgment for the total sum claimed in the claim form even though my defendant client paid the vast majority of that sum very soon after the claim form was issued?
- Are customer due diligence related documents submitted by a client to his solicitor at the beginning of the retainer (for anti-money laundering purposes) subject to legal professional privilege as a result?
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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:
- Bringing the Bar to the pub: “pop-up justice” for the 21st century?
- The vexing issue of litigants in person and civil procedure: part 1
- Jackson LJ gives speech on hot-tubbing: a practitioner’s perspective from Down Under
- ACL members’ survey: reactions to costs management and the new bill of costs
- Sir Peter Gross on Judicial Leadership: a practitioner’s view
Daily court lists
Key trackers and guides for dispute resolution lawyers
- Revised courts and tribunals fees from Monday 25 July 2016
- Decision notice on Bar Council's application to become a licensing authority
- Post-judgment worldwide freezing order continued indefinitely until payment (Commercial Court)
- Supreme Court adopts "range of factors" approach to illegal transactions, and overrules reliance test
- Speech: Modernisation of justice through technology and innovation
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