29 June 2021 - Written by Philip Turton
Master Davison closed the door, firmly, on costs budgeting in the Asbestos List in Smith v W Ford & Sons (Contractors) Ltd  EWHC 1749 (QB). Philip Turton reports on the decision. The judgment can be read ...
22 June 2021 - Written by Nikhil Arora
In this blog, Nik Arora reviews the decision in Moutarde v SIG Logistics to limit the Claimant's success fee in a mesothelioma claim to 27.5%. Q. When is a trial not a trial? ...
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