Hegglin v Persons Unknown & Google Inc [2014] EWHC 3793 (QB)

High Court refuses to make a costs-capping order 10 days before trial, saying that the case was too close to trial and the defendant had already spent so much at a level that a detailed assessment was inevitable.



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