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When winning isn’t enough: Court of Appeal orders successful party to pay 75% of other side’s costs

A High Court judge was entitled to penalise a firm of Russian stockbrokers for conduct that “fell below acceptable standards of conducting litigation” by ordering it to pay 75% of the other side’s costs, even though it had successfully resisted a bid to strike out its claim, the Court of Appeal has ruled.

April 20th, 2017 | No Comments »

Mitchell and Denton have “direct bearing” on strike-outs for non-compliance

The Mitchell principles, restated in Denton, have a “direct bearing” on whether courts should impose strike-outs for non-compliance, the Court of Appeal has ruled.

December 16th, 2014 | No Comments »