High Court strikes out vexatious litigant’s claims

20th July 2015 by

As with every other area of the law, in the specialism of professional negligence litigation it is sometimes possible for the vexatious litigant to rear its head.

The truth of the above statement was recently underlined at the High Court where a judge issued a civil restraint order against a retired solicitor and her 88-year-old mother. The move came following numerous instances of vexatious professional negligence litigation being taken out by the woman and her mother.

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