The Jackson Reforms

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In 2009, Lord Justice Jackson undertook a Review of Civil Litigation Costs in England and Wales.

In 2009, Lord Justice Jackson undertook a Review of Civil Litigation Costs in England and Wales. The review was primarily undertaken due to concerns over the high costs of civil litigation, and the frequency with which the cost of legal proceedings become disproportionate to the value or importance of the dispute. On 14 January 2010, Jackson published his findings in the Jackson Report. On 15 November 2010, Justice Secretary Kenneth Clarke revealed which of Jackson’s proposals he is intending to introduce in an extensive reform to civil litigation costs.

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