Appeals: an overview
An overview of the rules that apply when appealing a court decision. This note covers when to consider an appeal, where to appeal, the need for permission to appeal, grounds for appeal and costs.
This note is under review in light of the decision in Mitchell v News Group Newspapers Ltd  EWCA Civ 1537. For more on the decision and its possible (and wide-ranging) practical implications, see Practice note, Jackson/civil litigation reform: toolkit, and the below articles: