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Preparing for the requirement to mediate in small claims: What you need to know

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Mediation is soon to be an integral part of the small claims process, meaning parties will need to attend an appointment to try and resolve their case ahead of having a court hearing. Rosemary Rand, Deputy Director and Service Owner for Civil, and Chris Kane, Head of the Small Claims Mediation Service, explain why the service is changing and what the benefits are.

Getting it right for civil, family and tribunals reform

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Our Civil, Family and Tribunals Programme Director Rachel Hunt explains how reform across the jurisdictions will move forward to get the technology right and provide a more reliable and consistent service for public and professional users.

Rebalancing our operational priorities

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HMCTS CEO Nick Goodwin outlines adjustments to the Reform Programme to boost efficiency and functionality of our existing technology, as well as provide a more consistent and reliable service for public and professional users.