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At the end of 2004, the Court of Appeal in Jackson v Marley Davenport Ltd considered whether, if an expert makes an early report to his client before he makes the report which is later disclosed in the litigation, the law requires that earlier report to be disclosed. The court said no, quashing any doubt about the meaning and effect of civil procedure rule 35.10.

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