Much Ado About Jackson

So it was that Jackson LJ, striding forth like Alexander the Great in front of the Phrygians to solve the Gordian Knot, handed down his decision in Hallam Estates v Baker [2014] EWCA Civ 661. Possibly, Sir Rupert mused upon the words of Shakespeare in Henry V; ‘Turn him to any cause of policy, The… Continue reading Much Ado About Jackson

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Relief from Sanctions – an Eleusinian Mystery or a Herculean Trial?

Sir Rupert Jackson used the anniversary of his eponymous reforms to declare ‘Litigation is a process, not an Eleusinian.’ Some quickly scrabbled for Wikipedia and others shook their head in wonderment at whether Sir Rupert inhabited the same world, let alone the same century, as those working under his new regime.

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