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Telus must reimburse $2.6M in texting fees, court rules

A Quebec court has ruled that Telus must reimburse customers more than $2.6 million for text messaging fees that the mobile phone carrier collected between 2008 and 2011. 9 more words

Justice takes a bashing but litigation work goes on

To say, as I did in a recent article, that that “civil justice in the UK has plunged off a cliff” is not the same as saying that civil disputes are in decline. 3,194 more words


New Court Mediation Rules Published 18 March 2014

The long anticipated court mediation rules were published on 18 March 2014. They pave the way for disputes in the Magistrates’ courts to be referred to mediation. 19 more words


The Jackson consultation responses pull no punches but Grayling and the MoJ will ignore them

There is a palpable sense that civil justice in the UK has plunged off a cliff in the short time since the implementation of the Jackson reforms. 1,406 more words


Kennedys seminar on 12th March in Birmingham - Surviving Jackson: one year on

Solicitors Kennedy’s gave a seminar this week with the title Surviving Jackson. Many of the points made in it were live-tweeted and the tweets have been collected here… 148 more words