Receivers’ charges revisited

As I write this post, the rain is sleeting down outside, almost continuously as it has…

Blaming others

An issue that arises from time to time, is when in multi-party litigation, it is appropriate…

The undiscovered country

QOCS like so many areas of costs litigation, could be described as the gift that never…

Costs Conference 26th November 2019 in London

I am finishing off the paper I am presenting at the MBL Seminars Costs Conference in…

Autumn leaves

I have returned home after six days of rain in Cornwall followed by a seventh day…

Common costs and multiple defendants

One of the issues which arises frequently in a costs case, where there are multiple defendants,…

Gotta lotta bottle

The European Union (Withdrawal) (No 2) Act 2019 provides as follows: (4) The Prime Minister must…

The oncoming storm

The year 2020 is likely to mark a watershed in the structure of the personal injury…

Costs budgeting and management

A copy of the paper I delivered yesterday at the Law Society’s Commercial Litigation Conference is…

Commercial Litigation Conference at the Law Society 15th October 2019

On Tuesday 15th October I shall be attending the Law Society Commercial Litigation Conference in Chancery…