Search
Searching Content indexed under Litigation, Mediation & Arbitration by Lynne Bradey ordered by Published Date Descending.
Links to Result pages
 
1  
 
Title
Country
Organisation
Author
Date
1
The Discount Rate For Personal Injury Lump Sum Compensation Payments – Announcement By The Lord Chancellor
We are pleased that the Lord Chancellor has announced the discount rate for personal injury lump sum compensation payments.
UK
22 Jul 2019
2
Can The Court Of Protection Send Me To Jail? The Sequel
Regular readers of the blog will remember when Shaun Hill was jailed for breaching an injunction the Court of Protection had put in place to protect his father.
UK
2 May 2019
3
Can A Deputy Withhold Knowledge Of The Amount Of A Personal Injury Settlement From P?
In the case of EXB v FDZ [2018] EWHC 3456 (QB) Foskett J, that was the question to be determined.
UK
22 Jan 2019
4
Can The Court Of Protection Send Me To Jail?
You might be surprised to find that the answer is yes.
UK
21 Dec 2018
6
Taking The Heat Out Of A Family War?
The Office of the Public Guardian (OPG) is about to launch a mediation pilot scheme to deal with family conflicts about powers of attorney.
UK
29 Oct 2018
7
Why Persistence Doesn't Pay (Also Known As How NOT To Behave As A Litigant In Person Revisited)
The original dispute was about the affairs of A, Mr Fitzgerald's aunt. A's niece, C, was appointed as A's deputy in May 2013.
UK
29 Oct 2018
8
What Are The Court Of Protection's Powers When The Subject Of Proceedings Dies?
Readers might remember that Mr Fitzgerald, a very persistent maker of Court of Protection applications, reappeared a few weeks ago when his latest application was dismissed as without merit.
UK
25 Oct 2018
9
What Are The Court Of Protection's Powers When The Subject Of Proceedings Dies?
Readers might remember that Mr Fitzgerald, a very persistent maker of Court of Protection applications, reappeared a few weeks ago when his latest application was dismissed as without merit.
UK
19 Sep 2018
10
Are Professional Deputies Worth It?
This has been hitting the headlines and law reports again recently.
UK
24 Apr 2018
Links to Result pages
 
1