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Vol 21 No 11 Nov/Dec 2016

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The Litigation Letter: Print + Online

Edited by: His Honour Michael Cook

ISSN: 0269-0039
Latest Release: December 08, 2016
Publisher: Informa Subscriptions
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Newsletter + Online
Price: £914.00 + £182.80 VAT
Subscription Type: Annual Subscription
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The Litigation Letter is the most comprehensive way to stay up to date with live issues affecting litigation costs, practice and procedure. It covers a wide range of topics including appeals, family law, arbitration, employment law, human rights, insolvency law, professional negligence, litigation costs, defamation, fees, funding, tort, the CPR, injunctions, evidence, judgments and contracts.

The Litigation Letter contains:

  • Expert summaries of the month's developments in civil litigation
  • Reports and extracts from judgments of every decision affecting litigation practice and procedure, including decisions not reported elsewhere
  • All Practice Directions and Notes in full, with Acts and Statutory Instruments summarised
  • Authoritative reports and advice on all aspects of costs and fees

How The Litigation Letter benefits you:
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  • Does the research for you, with all the latest developments in litigation practice
  • Contains both reported and unreported cases with cross references to other legal journals and the media
  • Alerts you to forthcoming changes, reforms and consultation

About the Editor

His Honour Michael Cook retired as a full-time circuit judge in May 2003, but he still sits regularly as a judge in the Royal Courts of Justice and the county court in civil litigation and family cases. He is a former Secretary and President of the London Solicitors Litigation Association, of which he is proud to be an honorary member, and was a founder member of both Holborn and Westminster Law Societies. He has been the editor of The Litigation Letter since it was first published in 1981 and also writes articles for The Times, The Civil Justice Quarterly and the Law Society.

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