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Martin Davies and Kavan Bakhda

Latham & Watkins LLP

Thursday 25 July 2019

As we look back at 2018, the first half of 2019, and onwards into 2020, the dispute resolution landscape has encountered (and continues to encounter) some notable changes and developments at both a national and international level. Important rulings on unsettled areas such as legal professional privilege, in addition to substantive updates to the Civil Procedure Rules (such as the permanent introduction of the Shorter Trials Scheme, and the roll-out of the Disclosure Pilot Scheme), are all noteworthy. The most significant international development for practitioners and litigants alike, which continues to dominate, is the planned departure from the European Union of the United Kingdom and whether this (along with other challenges) will affect London’s status as the leading international centre for dispute resolution.

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