Volume disputes set for huge upheaval as MoJ backs Jackson on civil litigation reform
Success fees look set to be ushered in for complex commercial cases, ironically just as the Government unveiled reforms expected to severely restrict their widespread use in volume personal injury claims. The Ministry of Justice (MoJ) last week revealed its long-awaited proposals for civil litigation reform - confirming that it was to implement most of the blueprint put forward in a report last January by Lord Justice Jackson.
City litigators size up move to allow firms to take a cut of damages but CFA reforms to slash success fees in PI
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