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Consultations and APIL responses

Very often, before laws and policies change, consultation papers are produced so the public and relevant organisations have an opportunity to comment on what is proposed. APIL prides itself on responding to all consultations which include proposals which will affect injured people, whether they are from the Government or from other bodies, such as the Law Commission or the Health and Safety Executive

Message to APIL members

We’d like to hear from you, so please send us your thoughts – points related to a specific question, general comments on the proposals, or case studies. These will then be shared with the working group responding to the relevant consultation. Get involved!

Our consultation papers are archived in order of date
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Constitutional reform: a supreme court for the United KingdomNov 2003
Constitutional reform: a new way of appointing judgesNov 2003
The future of silkOct 2003
Proposal rules and practice direction on periodical paymentsOct 2003
Making ammends: a consultaion paper setting out proposals for reforming the approach to clinical negligence in the NHSOct 2003
The unfair commercial practices directive: Consultaion on a draft EU directive com (2003) 356Oct 2003
Civil justice reform: Draft instrumnet amending the rules of the supreme court (Northern Ireland) 1980Oct 2003
Consultaion paper on multi-party litigation (class actions) (LRC CP 25-2003)Oct 2003
Oral hearings under the new MIB Untraced Drivers Agreement 2003Oct 2003
Consultation on Fee SharingSep 2003
The Compensation AgencySep 2003
Simplifying Conditional Fee AgreementsSep 2003
Revision of an agreement between the Motor Insurers' Bureau (MIB and Department of the Environmnet - Compensation to victims of untraced driversSep 2003
Health and Safety Executive consultaion - strategic thinking - work in progressAug 2003
Solicitors? Introduction and Referral CodeAug 2003
Scottish Executive: Reforming the NHS Complaints Procedure ? Patient Focus and Public InvolvementJun 2003
Legal Services Commission: Amendments to the Funding Code Guidance on Multi-Party ActionsJun 2003
Law Society: The Future of Publicly Funded Legal ServicesJun 2003
Civil Justice Council - Implementation of the predicted costs scheme - Outstanding issuesMay 2003
Department of Trade & Industry: The Enforcement Concordat and the Good Practice Guide for England and WalesMay 2003
European Commission: Simplifying the Procedure for Small ClaimsMay 2003
The Shipman inquiry - Monitoring GPs performance and fitness to practiceMay 2003
Department for Education and Skills - The regulation of adventure activitiesApr 2003
Cabinet Office - Improving Governments capability to handle risks and uncertaintyMar 2003
Dept of Work and Pensions - Review of employers' liability compulsory insuranceFeb 2003
Dept of Work and Pensions - Pathways to work (rehabilitation)Feb 2003
Occupational Health Forum (NI) - 'Working for Health' a proposed workplace health strategy for Northern IrelandJan 2003
HM Treasury - Regulating insurance mediationJan 2003
Lord Chancellors Department - DPA 1998: Subject accessJan 2003