- August 23, 2017
That’s fascinating!: Can a claimant bring a private criminal prosecution against a defendant even though they have settled their civil dispute?
It seems that the answer is unclear.
- April 25, 2017
That’s fascinating!: Are communications between a litigant (or a litigant’s solicitor) and a witness of fact privileged?
On the face of it, the answer would probably be that such communications are not protected by privilege.
- January 5, 2017
That’s fascinating!: Must a party disclose relevant but “confidential” material in a closed Facebook group of which they are a member?
The answer appears to be probably yes, but whether or not any such material will be disclosable will depend upon whether it is relevant to the issues in the case.
- November 2, 2016
That’s fascinating!: Can the commencement of proceedings for assessment of costs become statute barred under the Limitation Act 1980?
In the second in our new series of “That’s fascinating!” blog posts, Practical Law’s newest Dispute Resolution team member, Ariane Tadayyon, queries whether the commencement of proceedings for assessment of costs can become statute barred under the Limitation Act 1980. So, can section 24(1) apply to the commencement of detailed assessment proceedings?