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August 3, 2017

In proposed preparation for fixed costs, Jackson has imposed a voluntary pilot costs capping scheme for non-personal injury matters in the London Mercantile Court and the Mercantile, Chancery or Construction & Technology Courts in Manchester and Leeds. The incentive is...

August 3, 2017

The Civil Procedure Rules Committee has confirmed the compulsory introduction of the new electronic bill of costs will be delayed to April 2018, subject to the Parliamentary timetable.

May 25, 2017

The Civil Procedure Committee has confirmed that the new electronic bill of costs will become mandatory in the SCCO for new matter starts after 1st October 2017. Implementation of the bill into other courts is still being discussed. Updates to CPR will be made in July t...

March 9, 2017

On a recent case the client had two separate sets of proceedings which whilst not explicitly consolidated were heard together and all work undertaken was relevant to both matters. The client had two public funding certificates and on strict interpretation would have to...

March 9, 2017

When appealing reductions to enhancements on CCMS claims, the link below provides guidance as to how to do so. This does not appear within the Appeal Bills section of the CCMS Study Guides and is not an easy document to locate:

http://ccmstraining.justice.gov.uk/__data/a...

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