Blog | Trivial pursuits: can you steer your clients off costly court battles?

How can we stop neighbour disputes finding their way to court, wonders Jean-Yves Gilg 4 September 2017 Neighbour disputes are not popular with judges and the Dickinsons’ case will do little to change that perception. A dispute, that can only be described as trivial, escalated into a four-year legal battle that could cost the couple as much as £200,000. Last month the Court of Appeal … Continue reading Blog | Trivial pursuits: can you steer your clients off costly court battles?