SANCTIONS HEARING 6: USEFUL LINKS AND WATCH THE JUDGMENT
These are links to commentary and comment on the Court of Appeal decision in Denton -v- White  EWCA Civ 906.
1. The Law Society Gazette reviews the decision (and also allows you to see the judgment being given).(Also a very acidic comments section).
2. Colemans solicitors have an excellent summary of the decision here.
3. The Solicitors Journal reports that the Post Mitchell Costs Regime has been clarified by the Court of Appeal
4. Lexis Nexis Dispute Resolution state that the decision provides Welcome Guidance
5. Local Government Lawyer summarises the Three Stage Test set out by the Court of Appeal
6. Litigation Futures’ view is that the Court of Appeal takes some of the blame for the Mitchell decision.
7. The New Law Journal has a Welcome Return to the pre-Mitchell era
8. DWF state that the Court of Appeal has Rewritten the Mitchell test.
9. Forbes Solicitors have a brief guide to the Guidance given by the relief from sanctions decision
10. Herbert Smith Freehills’ view is that Mitchell is softened but no return to old culture of non compliance
11. Bristol Law Society reports on how the sanctions decision “clarifies Mitchell”.
12.The LCCSA report that the sanctions decision will restore cooperation to litigation.
13. The Law Society view is that the sanctions decision will make civil litigation more cooperative and less adversarial
14. The Lawyer reports that the sanctions decision offers a third way on costs
15. Nearly Legal reviews the sanctions decision on Wimbledon Final’s day as Game Set and Match
16. 4 KBW reports on the trio of appeals
17. Blackstone Chambers reports on Denton -v- White
18. Hailsham Chambers hail Mitchell re-visited
19. DWF reports on the re-writing of the important Mitchell test
20. Harmans views are in Mitchell Sound but Substantially Misunderstood
21. Charles Russell on Mitchell has been Misunderstood and is being Misapplied
22. Landmark Chambers on Mitchell Modified.
23. Mills & Reeves have my favourite title within Goodbye Mitchell Hello Denton
24. Lawlords has a useful and succinct summary of the Re-Stated Mitchell test
25. Michael Lyons QC and Cecily White review the decision in Mitchell Misunderstood and Misapplied
26. Litigation Futures reports that the Profession Lauds the Court of Appeal approach in Mitchell 2
27. The Law Society Gazette heralds The Retreat from Mitchell
28. Kennedys herald the Denton case as Common Sense Restored
29 Stone Chambers reviews the guidance given on Relief from Sanctions
30. Rosling King review the Denton decision in their Lender Update
31. Roll on Friday reports on the row back from Mitchell (just read the comments section)
32 Steven Cornforth considers whether Mitchell is Heading Back to Earth
33. Ontime Group analyse the New Three Stage Test
34. Clinical Negligence Law writes on Mitchell Re-imagined
35. Lexis Nexis Dispute Resolution has an interview with Shail Patel on How the courts are applying Mitchell (which actually deals with the Denton case).
36. Nicki Phillipson from Zenith Chambers on Its Mitchell but not as we know it.
37. David Partington of Sovereign Chambers regards Denton as a Welcome Decision
38. Pinsent Masons report on Expert’s Welcome to more nuanced approach.
39. Lamb Chambers review the decision under “Relief from Sanctions”
40. Practical Law have an article by Matthew Finn : Denton: Mitchell Clarified and Amplified
41. Keoghs have a detailed review of the decision in their Client Alert
42. Taylor Wessing report on Holding Back the Tide of Satellite Litigation.
43. Eversheds reviews the Denton decision in their e-briefing.
44. The New Law Journal on how the Court of Appeal clarifies the Mitchell effect.
45. Temple Garden Chambers ponder To Mitchell or Not to Mitchell
46. Manchester Law Society on The Interpretation of Mitchell
47. CDR use an interesting analogy in Slaying the Dragon.
48. Bott & Co on Mitchell Guidance from the Court of Appeal
49. BLP report on the Denton case in a Sigh of Relief
50. I’ll finish this with Professor Dominic Regan – a Guided Tour of Denton -v- White.