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Updates, Insight & Analysis

 
     
Dec 14 2017
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Can You Recover A Higher Rate Of Interest On Your Funding Costs?

The idea that interest can be recovered is trite law given the decision in Jeffrey Jones & Ors v The Secretary of State for Energy and Climate Change & Ors [2014] EWCA Civ 363.  Revisiting the case 3 years after the event, what Costs Lawyers Tom Mason and Anil Virji found interesting was not the outcome, but the fact that too few people are taking advantage of the case to recover a competitive rate of interest on disbursement funding.

Nov 29 2017
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BNM - The Court Of Appeal Confirms Proportionality Position

The Court of Appeal provided its decision in the case of BNM v MGN Limited [2017] EWCA Civ 1767 on 7 November 2017. The appeal looked at whether the old CPR 44.4(2) or the new CPR 44.3 (2) &(5) test for proportionality should be applied to additional liabilities which are still recoverable inter partes. ,

Oct 12 2017
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Court of Protection round up

The Practice Directions relate primarily to solicitors and public authorities appointed to act as Deputy; as well as providing updates in relation to fixed costs, there are changes to the practice direction relating to payments on account and the introduction of costs estimates.