- February 17, 2021
Virtual reality: what have we learnt from online dispute resolution hearings?
It was just over a year ago (on 16 January 2020) that the UK government announced that TV cameras would be allowed to broadcast from Crown Courts in England and Wales for the first time, sweeping aside centuries of legal tradition. At the time, it seemed revolutionary. The Crown Court (Recording and Broadcasting) Order 2020 … Continue reading Virtual reality: what have we learnt from online dispute resolution hearings? →
- August 5, 2020
To be (full and) frank, take accusations of material non-disclosure seriously
Without notice applications carry with them a duty on the applicant to provide full and frank disclosure: that is, disclosure to the court of all objectively material facts, including those which it is anticipated would be raised by the other side if it were present (Konamaneni v Rolls Royce Industrial Power (India) Ltd). If the … Continue reading To be (full and) frank, take accusations of material non-disclosure seriously →