TERMINATING A CFA WITH GOOD REASON: SOLICITORS ARE ENTITLED TO THEIR COSTS FROM THE CLIENT: DECISION UPHELD BY THE COURT OF APPEAL

TERMINATING A CFA WITH GOOD REASON: SOLICITORS ARE ENTITLED TO THEIR COSTS FROM THE CLIENT: DECISION UPHELD BY THE COURT OF APPEAL

In Butler v Bankside Commercial Ltd [2020] EWCA Civ 203  the Court of Appeal upheld Turner J’s decision that the wording of a conditional fee agreement  on offers of settlement applies just as much to advice given by the lawyer…

CIVIL PROCEDURE AND COSTS: BLOG AND ARTICLES ROUND UP - FEBRUARY 2020

CIVIL PROCEDURE AND COSTS: BLOG AND ARTICLES ROUND UP – FEBRUARY 2020

Links and articles to blog posts and articles available online in February 2020 Costs Herbert Smith Freehills Court of Appeal decision highlights indemnity costs risk where claimant pursues speculative claims and unreasonably refuses Part 36 offer Law Society Gazette PI lawyers alive…