Relief from sanctions: the latest from the Court of Appeal – new one hour update

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15 July 2014


In Mitchell v News Group Newspapers the Court of Appeal laid down their interpretation of the CPR in respect of relief from sanctions and stated that the idea was to eliminate satellite litigation. But these cases still came before the courts and the interpretations vary from circumstance to circumstance.

Now the Court of Appeal has given further guidance in three fresh cases.

MBL’s one hour webinar will review the approaches that the courts have taken this year together with the latest Court of Appeal decisions to consider what will happen in different circumstances.

Please click the above link for the full webinar outline. For more information on webinar costs please email lucy@mblseminars.com quoting “LF14” or call 0161 793 0984.



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