Pre-action considerations

This note sets out the most important considerations for a solicitor advising a potential claimant or defendant at the pre-action stage of litigation. It addresses each of the points you need to consider before issuing or defending proceedings, including gathering information about your client and its opponent, complying with pre-action protocols, drafting a letter before action, preliminary advice and strategic considerations.

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