Procedure: Making your mind up

Johnathan Payne and Richard McKeown assess the impact of Edwards-Tubb v Wetherspoon ‘It has long been recognised that the courts could make conditional orders where the party sought to substitute an expert who had been named within proceedings.’ Litigators should be aware of the Court of Appeal’s recent judgment in the case of Edwards-Tubb v …
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