Articles matching "moj"
Where do the latest political post-EU referendum developments leave the government’s civil justice reform agenda?
The task of anticipating future developments on matters of key significance to insurers following the quite unexpected result of last week’s EU referendum vote remains an almost impossible one. The…Read more
Government intention to follow through on reforms still in place while APIL conference responds to the threat
Over the last two days in Birmingham the Association of Personal Injury Lawyers has been having their annual conference. It is worth having a look at what came out of it not only as a keynote address…Read more
Michael Gove has now been Minister for Justice for 6 weeks and earlier today he gave his first speech in his new role. It seems a good time now in the early days of the new government to look at both…Read more
Like the General Election result, yesterday’s news that Michael Gove is to be the next Secretary of State for Justice was not expected news. It was reported on Friday that Chris Grayling was keen to…Read more
Late last Friday afternoon came the news from the MoJ that they were intending to substantially increase court fees for issuing proceedings. It may not quite be hyperinflation, but it’s not often that…Read more
Late last week we saw more detail on the MoJ’s on-going reform of the processes under which whiplash claims are handled. As before with these measures, the proposed changes should be of interest to…Read more