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Civil Litigation is a thorough, up to date and practical introduction to the Civil Procedure Rules and the principles and tactics used in pursuing a civil case. The civil process has been divided into five stages, starting with pre-action considerations, moving on to examine the issue and service of proceedings, before considering interim matters, trial and enforcement. The aim of the book is to equip readers with the knowledge necessary to enable them successfully to navigate their way through these stages. The text has a user-friendly structure and includes checklists and specimen documents which build up into a case study forming a useful overview of the civil litigation process. The appendices incorporate helpful templates, flow diagrams, case study documents and copies of the more common court forms used in civil litigation.
This edition incorporates developments in the parties’ duty to the court, unnamed parties, service of the claim form, stay of proceedings, drafting statements of case, costs capping, legal professional privilege, the disclosure pilot scheme in the Business and Property Courts, experts’ fees, sanctions, Part 36 offers, costs and proportionality. New cases include: Woodward v Phoenix Healthcare Distribution Ltd (2018) (rule 1.3), Cameron v Liverpool Victoria Insurance Co Ltd (2019) (unnamed parties), Société Générale v Goldas Kuyumculuk Sanayi Ithalat Ihracat AS (2018) (service of claim form), Grant v Dawn Meats (UK) (2018) (stay), Kimathi v The Foreign and Commonwealth Office (2018), Portland Stone Firms Ltd v Barclays Bank Plc (2018) and SPI North Ltd v Swiss Post International (UK) Ltd (2019) (statements of case), Hawking v Secretary of State for Health & Social Care (2018) (costs capping), Director of the SFO v Eurasian Natural Resources Corp Ltd (2018) and WH Holding Ltd v E20 Stadium LLP (No 2) (2018) (legal professional privilege), Gardiner and Theobald LLP v Jackson (Valuation Officer) (2018) (experts’ fees), Mayr v CMS Cameron McKenna Nabarro Olswang LLP (2018) (sanctions), James v James (2018), Ali v Channel 5 Broadcast Ltd (2018), Ballard v West Sussex Partnership NHS Foundation Trust (2018) and JLE (a Child) v Warrington and Halton Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust (2018) (Part 36) and Williams v Secretary of State for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (2018) (costs).