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The Practice Direction on Case Management in Civil Litigation handed down on 24 January 1995 contains much that will be applauded by members of the public and profession alike. Its twin objectives are to speed up civil litigation and cut costs. However, the question remains will it do so in practice, particularly as regards discovery, […]

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TWO partners from the Scottish office of leading personal injury and trade union firm Robin Thompson & Partners were acquitted of fraud charges by the Edinburgh Sheriff’s court. Partners David Stevenson and Lawrence Lumsden had both denied accusations of overcharging other solicitors when recovering litigation costs after successful cases. The prosecution alleged they had overcharged […]

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