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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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APIL Response to Ministry of Justice Consultation on Legal Aid: Funding Reforms, November 2009Nov 2009
APIL response to Bill Butler MSP consultation on proposed Damages (Scotland) BillNov 2009
APIL Response to Two Northern Ireland Legal Services Commission Consultations on the NI Funding Code: the Proposed Procedures and Criteria, October 2009Oct 2009
APIL Response to MoJ Consultation on Legal Aid: Refocusing on Priority Cases, October 2009Oct 2009
APIL Response to Ministry of Justice Consultation on Regulating Damages Based Agreements September 2009Oct 2009
Limitation reform and personal injury - APIL responseSep 2009
Review of civil litigation costs - APIL response to Lord Justice Jackson's report, July 2009Aug 2009
Department for Transport (DfT) - Definition of "significant personal injury" under the 5th MIDJul 2009
Financial Services Authority (FSA) - Protection for temporary high deposit accountsJun 2009
DEFRA - Consultation on changes to the Animals Act 1971 to clarify the application of strict liability to the keepers of animalsJun 2009
European Commission - Compensation for victims of cross-border RTAs in the EUJun 2009
Solicitors Regulation Authority - Enhanced investigatory powersMay 2009
Solicitors Regulation Authority - Decision making criteria May 2009
Ministry of Justice - Fees in the UK Supreme CourtMay 2009
Law Commission - The Illegality DefenceApr 2009
Consultation on EU proposals for a Consumer Rights Directive – APIL response 8 April 2009Apr 2009
Review of the Regulation of Law Firms: APIL response 8 April 2009Apr 2009
The Law Society of England and Wales - Litigation FundingApr 2009
Consumer Collective Redress - APIL response to European Commission consultation March 2009Mar 2009
Solicitors Regulation Authority - Information to be sought from firms for regulatory risk analysisMar 2009
Solicitors Regulation Authority - Proposed amendments to rules 3 and 4 of the Solicitors' Code of Conduct 2007Mar 2009
Legal Services Board - Draft Business Plan 2009/10Mar 2009
Ministry of Justice - Civil Court Fees 2008Mar 2009
Health and Safety Executive - The Health and Safety of Great Britain - Strategy ConsultationFeb 2009
Solicitors' Regulation Authority - New disciplinary powers for public rebukes and finesFeb 2009
Review of Fatal Accident Inquiry Legislation (Scotland)Feb 2009
Legal Services Commission - Civil Bid Rounds for 2010 ContractsJan 2009
Department of Finance and Personnel (Northern Ireland) - Pleural PlaquesJan 2009