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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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The Better Regulation Task Force (BRTF): Study into regulatory aspects of litigation and compensation (Oct 2003)Nov 2004
The Legal Services Commission (LSC): A New Focus for Civil Legal AidOct 2004
The Department for Constitutional Affairs (DCA): Making simple CFAs a realityOct 2004
The Department for Work and Pensions (DWP): Developing a Framework for Vocational Rehabilitation ? A Discussion PaperJul 2004
APIL Policy Document: Small Claims Track (sent to Department for Constitutional Affairs (DCA))Jul 2004
Department for Constitutional Affairs (DCA): Civil Court FeesJul 2004
Department for Constitutional Affairs (DCA): Effective InquiriesJul 2004
The Department for Constitutional Affairs: Periodical Payments and Part 36Jun 2004
Health and Safety Commission (HSC): Proposals for new Control of Noise at Work RegulationsJun 2004
Department for Constitutional Affairs: Legal representation at InquestsMay 2004
Department for Constitutional Affairs (DCA): A review of civil proceedings by, and against, the CrownMay 2004
Civil Justice Council (CJC): Predictability and BudgetingMay 2004
The Department for Constitutional Affairs - Review of the regulatory framework for legal services in England and WalesMay 2004
Health and Safety Commission (HSC): Proposals for work at height regulationsApr 2004
Department of Health: Reforming the NHS complaints procedureMar 2004
Department for Constitutional Affairs: Draft Damages (Variation of Periodical Payments) Order 2004Mar 2004
Home Office: Compensation and Support for Victims of CrimeMar 2004
Health and Safety Commission (HSC): Consultation on new vibration regulations (Hand-arm)Mar 2004
Department for Work and Pensions: Review of Employers? Liability Compulsory Insurance (ELCI)Feb 2004
A strategy for workplace health and safety in Great Britain to 2010 and beyondJan 2004
The Law Reform Commission of Ireland: Corporate KillingJan 2004