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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 Sep 17
Gary Knight always takes a special interest in cases where specialist Costs Counsel cross swords and so was quite taken with XDE (By her husband and Litigation Friend) v North Middlesex University Trust Hospital Trust
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Harmans Sep 17
CPR update clarifies cut-off between budgeted and incurred
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Leigh Day Sep 16
Proud to sponsor Frontiers in Traumatic Brain Injury 2019. Sally and the team are looking forward to meeting you! If you're at today, why not stop by our stand?
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Harmans Sep 16
Vivek Rattan v Carter Ruck – SCCO 20/05/19 (amended 19/07/19). Before Master Leonard an assessment of between solicitor and client. This judgment caught the eye of Gary Knight 👀
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Harmans Sep 16
Back to square one? Graeme Fraser shares ten family law priorities with the new Lord Chancellor…for when Parliament returns
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Leigh Day Sep 15
Leigh Day are looking for six black students of Afro-Caribbean or African heritage who have completed A-Levels in London, to a good grade level, and who wish to train as solicitors without taking the university route
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Harmans Sep 13
HMRC escapes after defending appeal over chaotic decision
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Harmans Sep 2
Case law update - Gary Knight analyses some recent judgments that caught his eye
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Harmans Aug 27
An Ombudsmans' view of good cost service - contains some useful info about solicitors bills to their clients
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Harmans Aug 27
New departures…or not? Henrietta Mason & Chris Williams report on two intriguing recent cases involving undue influence & excessive
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Harmans Aug 27
Other side’s bigger? Not relevant, says judge
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Matthew Snarr Aug 13
Recovering costs from Inquests does all the hard work for us below 👇
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Harmans Aug 6
This judgement is useful for considering the historical development of Part 36 and for the distinction between substantive proceedings and the costs of the assessment proceedings.
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Kerry Underwood Aug 5
COURTS MUST NOT CONSIDER JACKSON REFORMS ETC. SAYS COURT OF APPEAL: Today's new blog
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Harmans Aug 5
Insurers ponder JR challenge to -0.25% discount rate
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Leigh Day Jul 30
A David and Goliath fight could change everything for the families of people killed by deadly asbestos - Graham Dring of represented by in his successful fight for access to documents
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Harmans Jul 30
'Make the case to Treasury' - Buckland urged to back investment in justice
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Gordon Exall Jul 30
FIXED COSTS: APPLY TO DEFENDANTS AS WELL: SAUCE FOR THE GOOSE AND THE GANDER
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Harmans Jul 29
Buckland is boring choice for justice - and that’s just fine for
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Harmans Jul 29
Court slashes £25k for superfluous QC
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