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How to deal with costs management in circumstances where the claimant’s budget was “entirely unreliable” and where the costs were “wholly disproportionate”
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It remains to be seen whether higher fees will improve the courts service. What is evident, though, is that legal advisers acting for either a potential claimant or defendant need to be flexible in the way in which disputes are handled, both in respect of how they are resolved and the funding for doing so. Heather Smith explains
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In one of the four webinars inclusive in 2015 Civil Litigation Section membership, Peter Ellis outlines changes to IP law, including in the Intellectual Property Act 2014
In one of the four webinars inclusive in 2015 Civil Litigation Section membership, Maura McIntosh takes you through the new version of CPR Part 36
In one of the four webinars inclusive in 2015 Civil Litigation Section membership, Stuart Barlow outlines solicitors’ professional obligations and offers practical advice
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