Costs Law Reports is the one authoritative source of costs law reporting. It includes important criminal decisions of Costs Judges, many of which are not available elsewhere. Cases in this issue: Chilab v King's College London and Sewan; Patterson v Ministry of Defence; R (Crown Prosecution Service) v Bolton Crown Court and Johnson; Jones and Others v Secretary of State for Energy and Climate Change and Another; R (Naureen and Hayat) v Salford City Council; KC v MGN Ltd; R (Prudential plc and Another) v Special Commissioner of Income Tax and Another; Henry v News Group Newspapers Ltd; Hunter v Newcastle Crown Court; Shah v Breed and Solomon; R v Ajufo; and R v Taylor.
Topics covered in these cases include: abuse of process, application to stay proceedings, breach of duty, case management conferences, Central Funds, conditional fee agreements, correspondence between solicitors and claimants , costs budgeting, costs capping, costs management, cracked trial fees, defamation, defendant's costs orders, detailed assessment, disbursement funding agreements, disclosure, group litigation orders, identifying the successful party , impecunious claimants, indemnity principle, interest, judicial review, legal advice privilege, misconduct, obligations of non-disclosure, Part 36 offers, percentage based costs orders, plea and case management hearings, privilege, proportionality, security for costs, success fees, tax avoidance schemes, third party funders, time limits, wasted costs, and withdrawal of case.
Publisher: Class Publishing Ltd
Number of pages: 240
Dimensions: 210 x 148 mm