Couper v Irwin Mitchell LLP and others

– . The claimant's claim against the third defendant, a barrister who had acted for him in earlier proceedings, was caught by the terms of an extended civil restraint order made in relation to the claimant's earlier attempt to sue his former solicitors. The Chancery Division held that the claim would be struck out. However, among other things, the claimant was given permission to issue a fresh claim against the third defendant.

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