- Tuesday, 12 July 2016
A costs application, delayed by over five months as a result of “elementary errors” by solicitors, has been rejected as out of time by the First Tier Tax Tribunal. The judge said the law firm’s ignorance of the tribunal rules was “inexplicable”.
Tags: Denton, First Tier Tax Tribunal, time extensions
Posted in Costs, News
- Thursday, 16 June 2016
A High Court judge said it was “wholly unrealistic” for a law firm defending a breach of contract claim to expect solicitors to issue the claim form “just before or on Christmas Eve”. Roth J said The Khan Partnership was guilty of a “flagrant breach of the rules”.
Tags: CPR, High Court, time extensions
Posted in General, News
- Monday, 19 May 2014
‘Straightforward’ applications for time extensions, served within time, are not subject to the principles set out in Mitchell, Lord Justice Jackson has said in his first Court of Appeal ruling relating to his reforms.
Tags: Jackson reforms, Mitchell, time extensions
Posted in Costs, Jackson reforms, News, Uncategorized