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Relief from sanctions: Post-Mitchell decisions

11th June 2014

The case of Mitchell v News Group Newspapers [2013] EWCA Civ 1537 represented a new high water mark in the courts’ approach to non-compliance with CPR/court orders.

The table linked below lists the cases which have taken the baton from Mitchell (and, in some instances, dropped it) into the wider world of relief from sanctions.

To download the table, please follow this link:

Relief from sanctions: Post-Mitchell decisions

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