Litigation, Arbitration and Dispute Resolution: Access all areas
Changes made to court rules this week will make it harder for those involved in civil litigation to keep details of their court proceedings private. Nigel Kissack explains
On 2 October, changes to court rules granted a new right of access to court records allowing publication of the finer details of disputes. Until now, access has only been granted to copies of served claim forms in return for a fee (often containing little information about the claim) and judgments made in public.
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