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Experts in legal costs. Harmans are a renowned & award winning firm of Costs Lawyers, providing a specialist legal costs service tailored to our clients’ needs.
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Harmans Jan 22
Is civil legal aid discretionary?
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Harmans Jan 21
Litigation leopards & a year of discontent - shares his reflections on 2018 in
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Harmans Jan 21
‘Seize the nettle now on capped costs’, says judge
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APIL Jan 21
If the discount rate is too high, the cost to the NHS will be incalculable: not only will it have to pay for its own negligence, but it will also take on the burden of everyone else’s negligence if the money runs out
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Leigh Day Clin Neg Jan 18
Medical Negligence Solicitor Charlotte Cooper discusses the landmark ruling in the case of XX v Whittington Hospital NHS Trust, in which the Claimant was awarded compensation to cover the cost of surrogacy.
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Harmans Jan 15
Insurer on the hook for in negligence claim over 'Mafia' development
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Harmans Jan 15
Breakdown of fees for voluntary capped pilot in Business and Property Court cases valued up to £250,000
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Harmans Jan 14
LASPO in real life
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Harmans Jan 14
Court relaxes rule for PI claim heading towards multi-track
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Harmans Jan 10
. reveals fixed cost levels for 2 year pilot
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Kerry Underwood Jan 7
RECOVERABLE SUCCESS FEES AND MYSTIC MEG: 20% WHEN LIABILITY ADMITTED via
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APIL Jan 7
The insurance industry’s own figures show that personal injury claims are not behind the high cost of motor premiums.
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Harmans Jan 7
Green light for revising budgets up
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Harmans Dec 21
Merry Christmas from all of us at Harmans! Our office will be closed from 5.30pm today and will reopen at 9.00am on 2 January 2019.
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Harmans Dec 18
It's the December issue of Costs Brief & the Knights have been busy! Gary analyses two recent cases, one case gave solicitors a reason for sleepless nights. Meanwhile Mathew highlights the importance of using costs specialists in claims
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Harmans Dec 18
Tweet tweet, say lawyers. Time to take a strategic approach to social media
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Harmans Dec 17
The last Costs Brief of 2018 is here! We take a look at two recent cases plus highlight the importance of using costs specialists in claims
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Harmans Dec 17
Fixed costs pilot set for take-off in business courts in 2019
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Harmans Dec 13
LASPO review publication delayed again to early 2019
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Harmans Dec 11
Call to tighten escapes from sanctions for failing to engage in ADR
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