Welcome to the fifth BCM newsletter and the first from the new Senior Presiding Judge, Lord Justice Fulford. This newsletter provides some key information for defence practitioners.
Welcome to the third newsletter which keeps you updated on the implementation of Better Case Management (BCM).
Welcome to this second newsletter which will set out the imminent changes being implemented by Better Case Management (BCM).
Welcome to the first in a series of regular newsletters which will keep you updated on the implementation of Better Case Management (BCM).
A number of measures are being introduced, under CPR rule 2.11, to enable the parties to extend certain time limits without the need for a court order. These should save both time and costs for ...
In July 2014 I published my conclusion that I had no evidential base to make any change to the exiting Guideline Hourly Rates (GHRs), and they would therefore be remaining at their current rates, as ...
The Chancery Masters have decided to change the time at which Applications Without Notice ("AWNs") are dealt with.
The Chancery Division is to experiment with holding pre-trial reviews in all cases estimated to last five days or more.