The number of civil cases launched in the British High Court has jumped by 25 percent in a year -� reaching its highest level since the advent of the Woolf Reforms in 1999.

According to research carried out by the Ministry of Justice and exclusively obtained in advance by Reynolds Porter Chamberlain, the number of commercial cases in 2006 reached 61,691 -� up from 49,442 the previous year.

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