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Client Alerts 16/06/2021
It’s been two weeks since the OIC portal went live and six weeks since I started in my new post as Head of Market Affairs at Keoghs and while Keoghs is fresh and new for me I’m sure I’m not alone in feeling like we’ve been talking about the whiplash reforms forever – the past five and a half years in fact! With three delays to the originally intended launch date, there is much relief that we can finally stop talking about whether the reforms will happen at all. Conversation has now inevitably turned to what comes next. Will the technology hold up? When will we start to see satellite litigation to plug the policy gaps? And, will wrist-lash become the new whiplash?!
Client Alerts 12/02/2021
The emergence of the 22 January CPRC meeting minutes has been widely publicised this week. The minutes confirm that CPRC members recommended that Sir Geoffrey Vos (the Master of the Rolls) approved the draft Pre-Action Protocol (PAP). It also states that the matter is due to return to the CPRC meeting held last week (5 February), indicating that good progress is being made towards an implementation date of May 2021.
Client Alerts 06/11/2020
A Labour MP has received responses from Government to several Parliamentary Questions – what do the answers tell us about the Ministry of Justice and the whiplash reforms?
Client Alerts 28/10/2020
The Transport Select Committee has continued the young and novice drivers inquiry it began earlier this year. What did the appearance of the Roads Minister in front of the committee tell us about the Government’s attitude towards this issue?
Client Alerts 21/09/2020
Lord Keen was the driving force behind-the-scenes on the whiplash reforms. Who is expected to take his place, and what is their stance on the whiplash reforms?
Client Alerts 31/07/2020
The 2019 General Election Parliament has faced tumultuous challenges in its first months. With the summer recess beginning, we look back at the priorities and achievements of the political year so far.