If they have the evidence why not produce it now and save the costs of going to court
It would work out far cheaper for the NHS than the current route, which sees cases going to court
or settled out of court, often for millions of pounds each.
Each of the parties agrees with the professionals and each other to resolve issues without going to court
for resolution or determination of any issue thatarises.
She said it is wrong for leaders like Nana Akufo-Addo and Raila Odinga going to court
to file a petition against the results of the elections in Ghana and Kenya respectively.
You also can''t hire the solicitor that mediated your break-up if you end up going to court
You also can't hire the solicitor who mediated your breakup if you end up going to court
"If they feel that by going to court
they are also going to be filmed, there is a significant risk that they will not go at all.
The 21-year-old ex-squaddie, Richard, who got two years' probation, admitted he was terrified of going to court
I've been going to court
every day for the last 25 years.
"Resolution-accredited lawyers aim for an agreed solution through negotiation, because going to court
can be extremely traumatic and costly.
A MAN accused of stabbing a schoolboy to death told police he knew "100% it's not going to court
because I didn't do it", a jury heard yesterday.