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Three easy fixes to budgeting.

This article discusses 3 possible changes to the current budgeting process: (more…)


A huge win!

A HUGE WIN FOR CLAIMANTS IN TERMS OF SUCCESS FEE AND AFTER THE EVENT LEGAL EXENSES INSURANCE PREMIUM RECOVERY, AND A VERY IMPORTANT ISSUE (more…)


The effects on Merrix as a paying party.

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Conduct powers over costs!

The case of CZ (Human Rights Claim: Costs) sub non (1) AZ (2) BZ (3) CZ (child by his children’s guardian) Kirkless Council [2017] EWFC 11, is a key case for both local councils in respect of adverse costs orders in family and human rights litigation. Jessica Swanell, A&M Bacon, reports.  (more…)


The role of a costs lawyer.

Spot the difference

Jessica Swannell, A&M Bacon, stresses the importance and benefits of seeking out regulated and qualified Costs Lawyers to support your practice.  (more…)


60 Second interview: James Parkinson.

 

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60 Second interview: Emma Robinett.

 

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60 Second interview: Jessica Wilson.

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               

 

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Opening the LAA’s purse strings.

This article is prepared for the purpose of providing a brief synopsis of the procedure to be followed when recovering costs from the Lord Chancellor/Legal Aid Agency (formerly Legal Services Commission). (more…)


After that proportionality judgment.

After that proportionality judgment, amidst the celebrations of Paying Party’s solicitors Receiving Party’s solicitors no doubt tipped their hats (or wigs, as it may be), perhaps muttered a congratulatory something and began the wait for the silly furore surrounding proportionality to blow over so that they could get back to business as usual.  But, alas, the wait continues. (more…)