Practice Notes

Former Health Ministers Mellor and Patten to give evidence at Infected Blood Inquiry

The former ministers will give evidence today (19 May) and tomorrow (20 May)

19 May 2022

Cost budgeting in multi-track cases

Ivan Goodsell explains when a cost budget is required and how submissions function in multi-track cases. 

19 May 2022

Browne Jacobson successfully appeal PI claim against Fulham Football Club

Judgment confirmed test for civil liability in competitive sports settings should be set very high

18 May 2022

Sentencing Council publishes revised child sexual offences sentencing guidelines

The new guidelines will take effect on 31 May 2022

17 May 2022

Pension sharing upon divorce

Annabel Andreou explains the different ways in which pensions may be treated in the context of divorce

16 May 2022

Court of Appeal decision specifies what information is required in bills of costs

All firms should consider whether they include the requisite information in bills of costs

12 May 2022

‘No fault divorce’: a change for the better?

Karin Walker weights the procs and cons of the no fault divorce law

12 May 2022

Legal profession reacts to Queen’s Speech

There has been disappointment that the Employment Bill was omitted for the third year running

11 May 2022

Civil procedure rules: extension of video or audio hearings

Ed Patton considers how the convenience of remote hearings must be balanced with open justice

11 May 2022

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