PI/Clinical Negligence: Civil disorder
Litigation funding, particularly for personal injury cases, was shaken to its foundations by the Civil Procedure Rules and remains in a state of flux. Philip Tracey considers the implications of potential upcoming moves
With the introduction of the Civil Procedure Rules (CPR) in 1999, the civil justice system was to be streamlined, putting the claimant at the centre of the system and ensuring litigation was made simpler, quicker and cheaper. Sadly, this has not proved to be the case.
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