Publications by Area of Law


Relief from sanctions after Denton: A Summary of cases

Barrister: Rachel Segal
Date: 11th September 2018
Summary: Rachel has updated the latest edition of the Denton Resource which charts judgments on relief from sanctions following the Court of Appeal’s decision in Denton v White [2014] EWCA Civ 906. This resource summarises, in at-a-glance format, over 150 post-Denton cases. It will be of interest to practitioners in all fields of civil litigation dealing with applications where the three-stage Denton approach is to be applied, and is intended to help the reader decide whether to investigate the full judgment. Read more.

Download: Denton Resource September 2018

Exemplary damages: credit hire, fraud and QOCS

Barrister Patrick West
Area of Law Personal Injury and Civil Fraud
Published Personal Injury Law Journal, issue 137 

Summary Patrick West looks at the latest cases and explores the future of the law’s oldest way of punishing wrong-doers in this article published in the July/August edition of the Personal Injury Law Journal, issue 137.

Download full article Exemplary damages: credit hire, fraud and QOCS 

 

Witness Statements must be served on time – or automatic sanctions bite

Source: St John’s Chambers
Barrister: Rebecca Taylor
Area of Law: Construction and Engineering and Personal Injury
Date: 22nd April 2014
Summary: Rebecca looks at how witness statements must be served on time.