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Jackson in Action: the 1st April Reforms Begin to Take Effect - Shirley Denyer, Shirley Denyer LLP & Knowledge Services Consultant for FOIL

10/08/13. Four months in from the introduction of the new rules both claimant and defendant lawyers are getting used to the new regime and attention is turning to how the new rules work in practice. Even without the changes introduced by the new RTA and EL/PL protocols and portal, there is much to get used to: case and costs management; the new test of proportionality; the various transitional arrangements; DBAs; new rules on Part 36; and QOCS...

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