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The latest from Your Witness Issue 80: In this issue we take a quick look at a problem that can occasionally arise with joint statements, before moving on to explain the latest government attempt to correct the litigation 'marketplace' in the high-volume, low-value road traffic accident personal injury sector – MedCo. This new system is supposed to prevent lawyers making money out of medico-legal reporting, but we conclude that it has a low chance of success. In an adversarial justice system, it can be argued that natural justice demands that each party should have a fair and equal opportunity to test the witness evidence. We ask how far this requirement should be allowed to override more practical concerns of the courts. We also conclude our two-part series looking at the role mathematical errors have played in court. Look out for the ‘Earth girdle’ – it demonstrates just how unhelpful our human intuition can be! And even though there’s an increasing focus on costs control by the courts, we report on a case in which fairness was allowed to trump parsimony. Our Helpline has inspired our final article which considers what an expert should do if an enquiry to instruct arrives from a party that has previously been on the other side of a case.

New expert witness guidance - Part 3 A guide to the revised guidance from the Civil Justice Council for experts, and those who instruct them, in civil litigation (from eWire Issue 88, June, 2015)

Changes to CPR Changes to the Civil Procedure Rules due to the government's 'whiplash' reforms have arrived. (from eWire Issue 87, May, 2015)

New criminal practice direction A new Criminal Practice Direction was added to the Criminal Procedure Rules to implement, in part at least, the recommendations of the Law Commission on the reliability of expert evidence. (from eWire Issue 87, May, 2015)

Warding off stuffiness Ward LJ was well known for making the process of the law less stuffy. Here are some of his best lines. (from eWire Issue 86, April, 2015)

New expert witness guidance - Part 2 A guide to the revised guidance from the Civil Justice Council for experts, and those who instruct them, in civil litigation (from eWire Issue 88, June, 2015)

Warding off injustice Anyone who encountered Sir Alan before his retirement after 18 years in the Court of Appeal was unlikly to have come away untouched by his distinctive wit. (from eWire Issue 86, April, 2015)

New expert witness guidance - Part 1 A guide to the revised guidance from the Civil Justice Council for experts, and those who instruct them, in civil litigation (from eWire Issue 88, June, 2015)

Scoping reports What are ‘Limited Screening Reports’ and should experts have any truck with them? (from eWire Issue 87, May, 2015)

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