Jackson reforms: trials and tribulation – Law Society’s Gazette

Posted March 26th, 2013 in costs, damages, delay, fees, news, personal injuries, regulations by sally

“One could be forgiven for thinking the campaign to halt or defer the main planks of the civil justice reforms devised by Sir Rupert Jackson is still in full swing. To be fair to the refusniks, the impression that all was not settled has been given in part by the last-minute approach the Ministry of Justice has taken to issuing details on implementation. If the government and the senior judiciary had yet to say what was to come on, respectively, damages-based agreements and big-ticket costs budgeting, perhaps they were still open to persuasion?”

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Law Society’s Gazette, 25th March 2013

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