Scotland: A speedier system
Reforms made to Scotland's court of session have spearheaded a drive to make proceedings shorter. One effect of these changes has been a sharp increase in the use of mediation, thanks to a requirement in the new practice rules to consider forms of alternative dispute resolution. Ewan McIntyre reports
Scotland’s Court of Session has a thriving commercial court, enjoying a reputation for speed of progress and an attractive costs structure.
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