Part 36 offers not a “trump card” against Unless Orders

The topic of Part 36 offers is one upon which this blog has previously focussed and one, no doubt, upon which further articles will be written. This is likely to come as little surprise to readers, given that, used properly, Part 36 offers are a valuable and powerful tool to potentially bring about settlement either of the matter as a whole, or at the very least distinct parts. It is therefore always of interest when a new judgement is handed down, giving further guidance on the effects of this most useful and effective part of the CPR. In the latest ruling, a negligence claim against London law firm Hugh Cartwright & Amin (HCA) brought by David and Anjana Devoy-Williams (David Devoy-William

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