THE “BACK TO BASICS” SERIES 80: THE POSTS SO FAR
The “back to basics” series has been going since April 2018. It has covered a surprising amount of topics. From how to draft an application to “litigation wishful thinking”. Two years on this is a good time to recap on the post to date.
4: What not to put in a witness statement “inadmissible and irrelevant opinion, submission, speculation and innuendo.”
11. The difference between the “date of issue” for limitation purposes and the “date of issue” for the purpose of service.
44. Just don’t write rude things: language that is “far removed from the professional courtesy that solicitors are expected to show each other”.
72. The expert’s duty to look at both sides of the issue and give reasons for their views (a mandatory obligation more honoured in the breach…)