Cost budgeting is now a very familiar part of the litigation landscape, particularly in the TCC where it will apply to most multi-track claims under £10m. However, there remain some… Read more »
The costs of litigation, and any form of dispute resolution have always mattered. They are going to be even more important as the world faces a deep global recession –… Read more »
Global Energy Horizons Corporation v The Winros Partnership (formerly Rosenblatt Solicitors)  8 WLUK 247 (SCCO Ref: JJ1602737, Master James, 20/08/20) This case provides an example of a solicitor-client fall-out on… Read more »
Katie Scott has published an article in Practical Law’s Dispute Resolution Blog, titled ‘Third party costs application failed against losing claimant’s legal team‘. Please click here to read the full… Read more »
Charlie Cory-Wright QC has published an article in the Practical Law Dispute Resolution Blog titled ‘Costs budgeting is not inevitable‘. To read the full article, please click here.
Simon Edwards represents a client in a successful claim to reduce a solicitor’s bill by over 75%. To see a synopsis of the case, please click here.
This month’s Personal Injury Newsletter covers the following: What is sudden shock in secondary victim case? Procedure Liability Quantum International Costs To download July’s Personal Injury Newsletter, please click here.
This article is taken from 39 Essex Chambers’ Personal Injury Newsletter – April 2015. Changes to Part 36: The imminent changes to Part 36 are dominating the costs landscape at… Read more »
This month’s Personal Injury Newsletter covers the following: Informed consent – a new era? Procedure Quantum International Costs Liability Download April’s Personal Injury Newsletter