Evidence: Cutting it short

Maura McIntosh highlights a recent case limiting witness evidence ‘The power to prohibit the calling of witnesses is relatively extreme and therefore will ordinarily be considered after less intrusive measures have been considered and rejected.’In what appears to be the first High Court decision applying the court’s new express powers to limit factual witness evidence, …
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Cases Referenced

  • MacLennan v Morgan Sindall (Infrastructure) plc [2013] EWHC 4044 (QB)