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By Gary Barker

The Jackson Reforms - Where are we now?

THE JACKSON REFORMS - WHERE ARE WE NOW?

On 1 April 2013 (and 30 April and 31 July) the world changes for civil litigation in England and Wales. The Jackson Review has produced a sea change as fundamental as the Woolf Reforms did with the introduction of the CPR in 1999. Whilst Personal Injury claims are the main target of the reforms all civil litigation is caught in the storm.

Whether you do Small Claims, Fast Track or Multi Track cases things will never be the same again.