Below is a list of recently issued guidance notes and links to relevant sites in relation to the way in which the Courts will be conducting remote hearings during the Covid-19 crisis. Guidance is wide and varied and although the list may not be comprehensive we hope it assists. Our Team of Clerks will be on hand to assist with any hearing-related issues you may encounter.
Guidance on arrangements and temporary measures – Liverpool, Chester, Merseyside, Cheshire County Courts – civil work
Judicial Guidance Civil Remote Hearings Protocol
Chancery Urgent Hearings
Northern Circuit CTF Technology Group – Guidance on Technology for remote hearings - civil”
Gov.uk guidance on temporary court closures – regularly updated
Position Summary and Guides for Urgent Hearings – Snowden J – the VC
Guidance/Orders from DCJ Bird
Temporary Insolvency Practice Direction
Temporary Insolvency Practice Direction – Variations and Guidance for the Northern and North-Eastern Circuits
Guidance for civil cases in Birmingham QBD and County Court – HHJ Worster – Acting DCJ
Temporary draft civil orders – Leeds County Court – civil General Civil order 3: All new applications or matters not listed yet General Civil order 4: Cases to be listed for paper hearing General Civil order 5: Cases to be listed for Skype hearing General Civil order 6: Cases to be listed for BT conference call General Civil order 7: Cases to be listed for the Meet Me hearing
Circuit Civil Protocols
Manchester BPC Standard Procedure for Remote Hearings
Guide to Service of Bundles etc in the Manchester BPC
HMCTS telephone and video hearings during coronavirus outbreak
Manchester Business & Property Courts in relation to the lodging of bundles and skeleton arguments
Liverpool BPC Applications Day
Webinar: Drilling through “Hughes v Rattan” - where are we now?
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Webinar on Chronic Pain and Functional Neurological Disorder
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