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In this case, which provides a useful example of cost assessment in cases where there are two parties and part 36 offers, the court found negligence on the part of a doctor and football club in a claim brought by a professional football player
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Rocco Pirozzolo on why firms will remain unlikely to use damages-based agreements unless the MOJ reviews the legislation
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We are pleased to announce that our spring conference, free of charge for Section members, will be held on 29 April at Chancery Lane
This one-day event organised by the Private Client Section will deliver an in-depth examination on the leading issues in cross-border private client law.
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House of Commons committee agrees fees for civil litigation claims over £10,000.
A new criminal offence for ‘revenge porn’ is laudable in its intent, but an opportunity missed.