Category Sanctions

COURT FEES AND STRIKING OUT: ANOTHER CASE

There is a brief report on  Browne Jacobson Insurance Law about a case that struck out because of a failure to pay the correct fees. THE REPORT The report is brief and does not give the date of the judgment or level of judge. The facts The claimant, prior to issue, put forward several schedules […]

COSTS BUDGETING – THE KEY DATES: A QUICK REMINDER TO AVOID A SHARP (BUT NOT NECESSARILY SHORT) SHOCK

You would think that everyone involved in litigation would know that new rules as to cost budgeting came into force on the 6th April 2016. However, judging from some of the blank (and worried) looks I have seen recently when this has been mentioned, this may not be the case.  Since the cases where the […]