Gurney Consulting Engineers (A Firm) v Gleeds Health and Safety Ltd. and Another (No. 2): TCC 15 Mar 2006

The parties were awaiting the handing down of the judgment, and were negotiating and settled their differences.
Held: Whilst the court welcomed settlements, a good deal of judicial time had been wasted. Parties entering into negotiations which they anticipate will settle the matter, should notify the court so that the judge might delay working on a judgment until it was known whether it was to be needed.


Peter Coulson QC J


[2006] EWHC 536 (TCC), Times 24-Apr-2006




England and Wales


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It is not necessary for a party to seek permission to rely upon an expert’s report, when disclosed by another party, even though the court has not given anyone specific permission to do so. . .
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