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For those who were unable to attend the Costs and Litigation Funding conference and didn't manage to follow our live tweeting on the day, we are producing follow up posts summarising each of the key speakers and their practical advice to practitioners.
The first speaker of the day was Master Peter Haworth, Costs Judge at the Senior Courts Costs Office and he spoke about the first six months of the new costs regime, reflecting on what has changed, how the changes seem to be working in practice, any 'teething troubles' and the outlook for the next year.
The following is a summary of our live tweeting:
Master Peter Haworth was appointed a Master and Cost Judge at the Supreme Court Costs Office in July 2006. Before that he was a solicitor in private practice for 30 years. He has been and remains a Deputy District Judge on the Northern Circuit for 14 years and was a Deputy Master for five years. He is a former member of the Civil Procedure Rules Committee.
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