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Is the unexpected judgment of the Supreme Court in Coventry v Lawrence (No 2) from 23rd July, saying that the pre-LASPO regime involving recovery of success fees and ATE premiums from defendants may…Read more
The Government’s proposals to require courts to dismiss claims for personal injury in the event of a finding of “fundamental dishonesty” recently moved one step closer to becoming law. What has now…Read more
Yesterday saw the result of the year-long process of reviewing the emotive subject of what hourly rates should be paid to successful litigants and their lawyers in cases to which fixed costs do not…Read more
On Friday the Civil Justice Council hosted the most significant debate yet on where we now stood upon implementation of the Jackson/LASPO changes 12 months on. The conference also showed where plans…Read more
Today saw the release of the figures for February.Read more
In this personal injury claim, the Defendant was still entitled to costs protection under CPR Part 36, albeit that its offer had been formally withdrawn and not reinstated.Read more
Our monthly round up of progress with the Jackson and associated civil justice reforms.Read more