This consultation paper sets out proposals for the reform of the funding scheme which pays advocates to defend clients in the Crown Court. The government is seeking views on all aspects of these proposals. In particular, the government would like to hear views specifically on:
This consultation sets out the government’s review of Employment Tribunal (ET) fees and sets out proposals for reforming the Help with Fees scheme.
The government’s review of ET fees shows that the introduction of fees has broadly met its objectives:
users are contributing...More
This is a consultation on a competitive tendering approach for the Housing Possession Court Duty Scheme which will consolidate the current number of schemes through joining courts allowing for larger and more sustainable contracts for providers.
Providers will offer their services at a price,...More
The government is examining the case for reform of the law on corporate liability for economic crime by commencing an open call for evidence.
The call for evidence is concerned with criminal offences designed to punish and prevent economic crimes such as fraud, false accounting and money...More
This consultation paper sets out proposals for the reform of the funding scheme which pays litigators to defend clients in the Crown Court and payments to court appointees.
The government is seeking views on all aspects of these proposals.