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Complex Matters

April 2009
Mayer Brown Article
It may seem an odd proposition that the Woolf reforms, with their legitimate aims of improving access to justice and reducing the cost of civil litigation, have, 10 years on, failed a constituency many would argue least worthy of assistance in the fi rst place.
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