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5 March 2014
Welcome to this edition of Insurance Brief. Our feature article this month considers the Court of Appeal’s decision on wronged investors, the Financial Ombudsman Service and the courts.
13 February 2014
Stop press: impact of Jackson/Mitchell
Kennedys has obtained confirmation from Master Cook that a new model direction to address applications for extensions of time has been approved by Lord Justice Leveson, President of the Queen's Bench Division and Lord Justice Richards, Deputy-Head of Civil Justice.
13 February 2014
Court of Appeal gives a third significant judgment; relief from sanctions should not have been allowed.
27 January 2014
Welcome to our first bi-annual motor update for 2014. This update charts the key decisions in our industry over the past 12 months and looks ahead at developments that are likely to impact upon the motor legal and insurance sectors in 2014 and beyond.
22 January 2014
Just before Christmas, the Claims Portal Company issued its latest (and unexpected) set of performance statistics for November 2013. As with the previous, and first, performance results since the July 2013 extension of the claims Portal, the data is fairly limited. However, some trends are beginning to emerge which are worthy of note.
9 December 2013
Welcome to the last edition of Liability Brief for 2013.
27 November 2013
In the first case that the Court of Appeal has been asked to decide on the correct approach to the revised version of CPR 3.9 (seeking relief from sanctions), the Court has endorsed the tougher, more robust approach to rule compliance. Practitioners and parties to litigation should ignore court rules, practice directions and court orders at their peril.
31 October 2013
This guide provides an ‘at a glance’ review of the new Pre-Action Protocol for low value personal injury (Employers’ Liability and Public Liability) claims.
23 July 2013
With less than two weeks to go, the new rules have been published which, with effect from 31 July 2013, implement the extension of the low value road traffic accident (RTA) scheme to employers' liability and public liability (EL/PL) claims valued between £1,000 and £25,000. The accompanying fixed recoverable costs regimes for cases settled within the pre-action protocols and for those which fall out of them have also been published.
15 July 2013
Welcome to the July edition of Liability Brief. A statutory instrument was laid in Parliament on 10 July 2013 which, with effect from 31 July 2013, implements the extension of the low value road traffic accident (RTA) scheme to employers’ liability and public liability claims valued between £1,000 and £25,000, the accompanying fixed recoverable costs regime and a fixed recoverable costs regime for cases falling out of the extended protocols. This follows a plea by the Law Society to delay the implementation of the reform due to concerns about the ability for organisations to properly prepare.
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