A Practical Guide to Civil Litigation is a major new work explaining the process of civil litigation in the English High Court and county courts. Over 40 chapters guide the reader through each step of the claim. Each chapter sets out clearly the requirements of the CPR with a discussion of the relevant case law, together with the practical demands of how the rules operate in practice. In addition, there is valuable advice on core litigation skills such as interviewing, drafting, research and advocacy. Written by a team of district judges, solicitors and a barrister, who also have considerable experience in the provision of legal education, A Practical Guide to Civil Litigation provides unparalleled commentary on the process of conducting litigation, whether for the claimant or defendant.For a relatively small premium, insurance cover against the cost of litigation may be provided. ... The premium is usually added to the renewal notice they receive from their insurance broker, without much further explanation. ... Privately paying clients The various funding options that are available do not, of course, prevent a solicitor and client from reaching ... The retainer Whenever a solicitor accepts instructions to act for a client, a contractual relationship, known as a retainer, arises.
|Title||:||A Practical Guide to Civil Litigation|
|Author||:||Robert Hill, Helen Wood (M.A.), Suzanne Fine|
|Publisher||:||Jordans Pub - 2003|