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Experts in legal costs. Renowned firm of Costs Lawyers providing specialist legal costs service. Winners of Costs Company of the Year Modern Claims Awards 2016
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Harmans 7h
Francis Kendall, vice-chair dealing with fixed recoverable costs
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Harmans 8h
Replying to @MayorofLondon
Zero tolerance for knife carrying and more (not less) power to stop and search
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Harmans 8h
Precedent Q most important document available to costs judge says Master Haworth
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Harmans 8h
Master anticipates “fun and games” and a “rocky ride” assessing electronic bills
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Harmans 8h
Master Howarth ponders what happens when you have an approved budget and the matter settles pre- trial
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Harmans 8h
No doubt the new e bills will have older members of the Costs world pondering early retirement - getting the right software in place will make the task much easier
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White Paper 8h
Deborah Burke of on the ‘New E-Bill’: What’s on the horizon? 1. Changes to the N260 for summary assessment & president H guidance 2. Further reform of the detailed assessment process?
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Harmans 8h
taking us through the new e bill - grateful to for our in house training - we are ready
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Harmans 9h
Appeal court rules fixed apply to claim outside protocol
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Harmans 9h
Very enjoyable morning session
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Harmans 10h
Assumptions in costs budgets “crucial” D J Besford
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Harmans 10h
CCMC Hearing “probably most import hearing aside from trial” D J Besford
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Harmans 10h
D J Ian Besford with his usual slide showing the beauty of Hull - on CMC Hearings - Stella line up such good value morning session is flying by
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Harmans 10h
Like the drinking of all liquids before going through airport security
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White Paper 10h
Here’s a handy link to the as discussed by the fantastic Roger Mallalieu!
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Harmans 10h
Have seen a white book thrown at a solicitor by a judge - ban law books too!
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John Hyde 12h
Amid all the noise surrounding the Alfie Evans case, it really is worth re-reading the Hayden judgment to see the compassion and understanding the courts have tried to show in such difficult circumstances:
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Anthony McCarthy 11h
Here's the latest guidance should you be fortunate to come across a court that's still open. When reading please keep reminding yourself that they are OUR courts and are meant to be promoting OPEN JUSTICE.
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Harmans 10h
Replying to @paulistapark
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Harmans 10h
Roger Mallalieu on breach of indemnity principle if you have not spent it you can not recover it
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