Legal News

Lawyers wrong to fear capped costs, says High Court judge

Lawyers are wrong to fear capped costs, which could make a “big difference” to the ability of medium-sized companies to litigate, a High Court judge said yesterday.

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Judge: solicitors need “adequate cash flow” to fund med neg cases

Solicitors may refuse to take on medical negligence cases at an early stage if courts fail to ensure “adequate cash flow”, a circuit judge has warned in ordering a further interim payment on account of costs.

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Fundamental dishonesty “should lead to strike-out of whole claim”

A finding of fundamental dishonesty in a personal injury claim should mean an associated credit hire claim is also struck out, a circuit judge has ruled.

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