Dr Rachel Segal of St John’s Chambers has published the 2023 edition of the Denton Resource – an invaluable time-saving research aid for civil and family practitioners dealing with applications for relief from sanctions.

This latest edition of The Denton Resource includes higher authorities reported up to and including 31 December 2022 with a bumper crop of fresh disasters arising from procedural errors, requiring application of the three stages set out in Denton v White [2014] EWCA Civ 906.

This publication provides brief, easily searchable summaries of each relevant authority in thematic sections and will help the reader decide whether to delve deeper into the full judgment. The Denton Resource now has a broad following – including judges, solicitors, barristers, legal academics and Bar students and each recent edition has been downloaded thousands of times.

Download: The Denton Resource 2023

About Rachel:

Rachel is ranked as a leading junior in The Legal 500 for both personal injury and clinical negligence. She advises and represents parties on both sides of relief from sanctions applications across the spectrum of civil litigation, and delivers training on the topic. Rachel’s clinical negligence practice includes many cases involving delayed diagnosis and treatment of cancers (including osteosarcoma, colorectal, endometrial, cervical). She also has a particular interest in breast cancer cases. Her practice also spans specialisms including ophthalmology, gastrointestinal and colorectal surgery, and obstetrics.  In personal injury, Rachel is instructed in a range of multi-track RTA, Highways Act, employers’ liability and public liability matters. Rachel was second junior to Christopher Sharp KC and Anna Symington in a recent catastrophic brain injury RTA case, assisting with a complex multi-million pound Schedule. Read more here.

If you would like to instruct Rachel on a related matter, please contact her clerks: [email protected] or call 0117 923 4730.