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Commercial Litigation: Pre-Emptive Remedies [Looseleaf] | Add to Basket
Editor in Chief : Iain Goldrein, QC
Editor : Judge Michael Kershaw, QC
Editor : Belinda Paisley
Editor : Andrew Grantham
Editor : Richard Aird
Editor : Andrew Latimer
Editor : Iain Pester
Publisher: Sweet & Maxwell
Publication Date: 19/12/2002
ISBN: 9780421786608
Jurisdiction: England & Wales

In light of the new focus on settling disputes as quickly and cost effectively as possible under the Civil Procedure Rules, a new edition of this classic text on pre-emptive remedies will be welcomed by litigators everywhere. Now published in looseleaf format, it is an invaluable litigation toolkit providing practical coverage of the full range of tactics that can be employed before a case gets to court.
* Wide-ranging - covers all pre-emptive remedies including pre-action letters, enforcement of foreign judgments and pre-action procedures in specialist areas, for example IP and Personal Injury
* Practical approach - explains all application and enforcement procedures, for both plaintiff and defendant litigators
* Checklists and case citators provide quick and easy solutions to problems
* Completely revised in response to changes introduced by the CPR
* New looseleaf format ensures its advice always reflects the latest developments in the law
Subject Groups
Litigation
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The key to any successful publication is practicality and this publication has been prepared with that uppermost in mind...Every relevant aspect of commercial litigation is addressed, including interim remedies (practice and procedures); freezing injunctions and the appointment of receivers; search orders; orders in relation to property and the delivery of goods; and security for costs...an essential tool for protecting clients involved in commercial litigation from exposure and unnecessary risk. - Managing Risk (published by Web4Law)
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