Judges communicating between them
I would like to know if judges have the right to communicate between them about claims and about the parties because if they can do this it is very worrying because this could lead to victimisation and blacklisting in case a party makes a complaint against a judge
In this circumstance a judge can decide to deal with a claim because he has an unhealthy interest in it for example because he wants to strike out it
Do you know the rules about this issue?
Judges should and will talk to each other all the time.
Much of what is happening in their courts is utterly and necessarily open and public. Court records are open records unless and until there is some positive reason otherwise.
You are free to discuss a case with another litigator, subject to particular circumstances and timings.
Judges do have limitations on what they can discuss, because there are also confidential hearings and disclosures made during hearings. There will be rules but I do not know them in detail - see https://www.judiciary.uk/publications/guide-to-judicial-conduct/
I do expect that the complexity and huge variety of the situations they face requires that they have some discretion. I suggest that the rules are tighter on them than they are on you.
Sorry: "a judge can decide to deal with a claim because he has an unhealthy interest in it for example because he wants to strike out it" is mere paranoia. You really do need to look again at your approach to litigation. Before you get much further look up the law and cases as to vexatious litigants. Your posts sadly suggest that that is or may become a real risk for you.
Judges do not generally 'decide to deal with a claim' - claims are allocated to them. The sort of claims you refer to are hardly ones about which will generate any interest or prior information so as to make possible anything of the sort you describe.
The fact that hearings are open to public is something but the fact that judges talk about them about a claimant is something else especially if it is a claimant who made several complaints about a judge . The nature of human being is such that they victimise and blackliste as soon as there is an opportunity to do it and this applies also to judges especially if complaints have been made against them
You say that cases are allocated to judges but can you tell me by whom?
civil restraint orders etc are made in part because of the track record of the individual in bringing hopeless cases.
Do you know who allocate cases to judges?
Judges. Listing officers.
So it is the judges but how they allocate the cases between themselves?
ask someone who knows. Try the Ministry of Justice.
If you do not know maybe someone else in this forum knows. It is an important issue of transparency and transparency means fairness and if there is no fairness there is no justice
please do not confuse the outcome you want with any of that; that is a trait of vexatious litigants.
This does not reply to my question
It was a comment on the way you put the question.
This is very subjective