Litigation Annual Review 1

Czech Republic
The first year of the new millennium has seen the number of legal disputes started in the High Court continuing to decline, following the sweeping reforms of Lord Woolf and the increase in confidence in ADR. However, development of the law itself and the practice of litigation has not slowed at all. In an endeavour to help the busy executive, who has little time to read the mass of literature reporting on this constantly changing legal landscape, we have produced a series of articles identifying changes which came about in 2001 and their likely effects on many aspects of commerce in 2002.

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