From 1st January 2019, any party commencing or continuing proceedings in the Commercial Court will have to be aware of the Disclosure Pilot Scheme. The changes to the disclosure regime contained in the Pilot are extensive and David Walsh gives an overview of them in this briefing note: The New Disclosure Pilot in the Commercial Court An Overview
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