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This On Demand seminar examines the twists and turns a case can take in its final stages when a case is disposed of.

It provides guidance on how to prepare your client for what will – or could still be – in store and helps attendees manage the important issues which can arise in an efficient, practical way in accordance with the High Court or District Court Rules.  

Learning outcomes:

You will learn about:

  • The different forms of judgment and the steps which may be taken in respect of a judgment –  including sealing, notification, recall, setting aside, variation, satisfaction, and enforcement. 
  • Managing your client’s expectations before and after the receipt of a judgment.
  • The implications of partial success.
  • The effect of non-compliance with orders in a judgment. 
  • Claims for interest and the basis for them. 
  • Costs issues including the kinds of costs awards which may be available under the rules – applying for increases from scale, costs against counsel and costs on specific issues. 

Who should view?

All lawyers who act in civil and commercial litigation.



Order timeframe

Access details will be delivered via email within 15 minutes.


Martin Smith
Gilbert Walker

Martin Smith is a partner at the specialist dispute resolution practice, Gilbert/Walker.

He has extensive experience in High Court and appellate litigation, in particular in commercial and insurance disputes.

Linda Hui
Senior Solicitor
Meredith Connell

Linda is a civil and commercial litigation solicitor with experience in insolvency and liquidations, contract disputes, trust disputes, commercial torts, Fair Trading Act and insurance.

She started her career as a junior barrister working on a wide range of matters as junior counsel before the High Court, Court of Appeal and in the Supreme Court.

Prior to joining the insolvency team at Meredith Connell she provided indemnity and liability advice and acted in litigation for insurers in relation to complex material damage and business interruption claims and subrogated recovery.