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WRITTEN SUBMISSIONS: STATEMENTS OF ISSUES; PLEADING AND PROOF

The decision of Mr Justice Walker in Burrows -v- Northumbrian Walker Ltd [2014] EWHC 3305(QB) considers the need for clarity in written submission and for the issues the judge is asked to determine to be clearly defined. It also considers whether a judge can properly consider the “reasonably practicable” defence in circumstances where that defence […]