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County Court System Urgently Needs Fixing Says PLA

County Court System Urgently Needs Fixing Says PLA The PLA surveyed its members on whether any improvements had been made to service standards by HMCTS (Her Majesty’s Courts & Tribunal Service) since the PLA’s last court users’ feedback report in 2015. A resounding 93.4% of respondents to the survey considered that the County Court system […]

24th Jan 2020 Law Reform Committee Read more

Professional Court User Surgery at Central London County Court on 30 January 2020

Professional Court User Surgery at Central London County Court on 30 January 2020 The Central London County Court are offering appointments on 30 January 2020 where professional court users can discuss problems with the administration of particular cases.  Senior staff are available and judges on stand by to resolve issues.  If you are interested in […]

5th Jan 2020 News Read more

New chair of PLA announced

Cripps Pemberton Greenish partner Kerry Glanville is the new chair of the Property Litigation Association, having taken over from Dentons’ partner Bryan Johnston. She is the 25th chair since the organisation was established in 1995 to represent property litigators in the UK. As a former chair of the PLA’s law reform committee, which she describes […]

23rd Dec 2019 News Read more

EG article – Bryan Johnston: No more fighting: do the courts discourage civil litigation?

Bryan Johnston looks at alternative dispute resolution and the procedural and administrative hurdles in the way of pursuing dilapidations claims in the courts. The Property Litigation Association and the RICS have worked closely together over many years on making dilapidations dispute resolution better for both landlords and tenants. In this article, the genesis of which […]

22nd Nov 2019 News Read more

PLA Wellbeing – Stress Survey

Thank you to everyone who completed the recent survey on stress and wellbeing in the workplace. A short presentation was given about the results at the training day on 6 November. A huge 95% of respondents said that they had been affected by stress in the workplace, which of itself is probably not surprising given […]

22nd Nov 2019 News Read more