- Wednesday, 15 May 2013
Welsh firm Hugh James has struck a blow for claimants with a High Court ruling that backed its “somewhat novel” credit agreement to fund clients’ disbursements of £787,500. The firm represented a number of successful lead claimants in the Phurnacite Workers Group Litigation.
Posted in ATE/CFA, Costs, News
- Tuesday, 2 October 2012
The High Court has refused to grant a non-party costs order against a solicitor who took on a case for an impecunious claimant under a conditional fee agreement without after-the-event insurance and also agreed to pay the disbursements.
Tags: ATE insurance, CFA, conditional fee agreements, disbursements, non-party costs order, wasted costs
Posted in ATE/CFA, News