- November 16, 2016
What’s new in the JCT 2016?
Over the last six months, the JCT has been quietly releasing parts of its new 2016 suite of standard form contracts. What started with the Minor Works Building Contracts (July), has now been joined by the Design and Build Contracts (September) and Standard Building Contracts (October), and is soon to be joined by the Intermediate and … Continue reading What’s new in the JCT 2016? →
- June 11, 2014
Surviving Mitchell: what happens when you serve witness and expert evidence late?
Much has been said and written about the decision in Mitchell v News Group Newspapers Ltd on the new, stricter approach to applications under CPR 3.9 for relief from automatic sanctions. However, relatively little has been said about the consequences of the Mitchell sanctions for the ongoing conduct of the action. This post considers two common types … Continue reading Surviving Mitchell: what happens when you serve witness and expert evidence late? →