CPR, Civil Litigation and Jackson Update 2012 (6 CPD hours) 30th March 2y 2012

CPR, Civil Litigation and Jackson Update 2012 (6 CPD hours) 30th March 2012

This course has been proven over time to be one of the most reliable tools for the busy practitioner to gather that knowledge. Helen Swaffield presents a lively and informative review of recent cases and assesses the impact of the Jackson and County Court reforms for funding and across the CPR including the new style damages-based agreements

  • Reforms and updates
  • Jackson and costs reforms
  • CFA’S : the new regime explained
  • The 25% cap
  • New fast track and multi track thresholds
  • The impact on commercial litigation and specialist divisions
  • The rise in general damages
  • Pre-Action Protocols and ADR – costs implications
  • Issue, Service and Acknowledgement of Service
  • Service of The Claim Form and Acknowledgement of Service
  • Service Out of The Jurisdiction
  • Case Management
  • Disclosure, Norwich Pharmacal Orders and Privilege
  • Striking Out/Dismissal/Default Judgment
  • Admissions/Withdrawal of Admissions
  • Substitution and Amendment of Parties/Causes of Action
  • Injunctions
  • Witnesses and Experts
  • Part 36 rule changes and drafting settlement agreements
  • Costs and interests
  • Enforcement mechanisms
  • Appeals and Limitation

Helen Swaffield is a Barrister with 20 years experience in commercial litigation. Within her practice at Harrington Law, Helen works with government bodies and leading firms of solicitors on a range of commercial and in-house projects and advice. Helen is the editor of the Commercial Litigation Journal and the Procurement and Outsourcing Journal both published by Legalease and a regular legal commentator and broadcaster.

Fees (ex VAT)

Member Fee £210.00
Non Member Fee £420.00

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