Tomlin Orders: When and how should they be used in personal injury and clinical negligence litigation

1st March 2021

Tomlin orders are regularly used as a way of concluding litigation instead of a consent order in personal injury and clinical negligence cases. In this article Justin Valentine describes what a Tomlin order is, how it should be used, deals with the advantages and disadvantages of using a Tomlin order, suggests that they are over-used and in straightforward litigation should be avoided.

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