English case law references
I have tried using e.g. OSCOLA citation style and a number of others, but I cannot find a way to enter information in the reference fields to show properly referenced English case law references, e.g. Blindley Heath Investments Ltd v Bass  Ch. 389, where the two names are the parties/case name, 2017 is the volume year, Ch, is the series (Chancery cases) and 389 is the page on which the report starts in the 2017 volume. Or e.g. A v B  EWCH 2687 where A and B are the parties, 2008 is the year and EWCH is a "neutral citation" standing for an England & Wales case in the Chancery Division. Or e.g. Bridge v Deacons  A.C. 705 where A.C. is a reporting series called Appeal Cases. The only way I can get these to appear properly as citations is by using the whole citation as the Court (when using reference type Court Decision), but then there is no short name like Blindley Heath for the second appearance of Blindley Heath Investments Ltd v Bass  Ch. 389 and no short form footnote for a second footnote, e.g. Blindley Heath ibid. Instead each citation appears as Blindley Heath Investments Ltd v Bass  Ch. 389 which is simply wrong as a citation style and clogs up pages or paragraphs with multiple long form references. And the case names aren't even in italics as would be normal.
How can I enter references so that the second and subsequent appearance of case names in text and in any footnotes is properly formatted in short form?