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A reminder that we will be live tweeting today from the Costs and Litigation Funding conference using the hashtag #costs2013. On the theme of costs and funding, here is a round up of some of our posts on the subject, as well as a video series on costs budgeting by HHJ Simon Brown QC, Mark Surguy and Martino Giaquinto.
‘Plebgate’: A costly lesson in costs budgets
Not all doom and gloom: recent case gives new hope for costs budgeting and compliance
Judge declines to approve ‘disproportionate and unreasonable’ costs (Stella Willis v MRJ Rundell)
Jackson Reforms: A fairer civil future?
10 issues to consider when completing a costs budget (free checklist)
Trips, traps and tactics of litigation budgeting
‘Plebgate’ costs budgeting case to be heard by Court of Appeal
Cook on Costs Jackson Review Supplement (free chapter available!)
Reminder to use Precedent H
Reader Question: When to file Precedent H if no CMC is anticipated?
Referral fees ban helps to clean up murky area of law
The New Normal?
Stakeholder Event: Costs Budgeting in the Commercial Courts
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This video provides an insight into what happens when you fail to prepare for or co-operate with the other side in relation to the issue of costs budgeting prior to the CMC. You may end up with an unhappy judge, an adjourned CMC and possibly a wasted costs order.
This video provides an insight into the types of discussions you should be having with your client prior to the first CMC in which costs budgeting will be addressed by the court.
This video provides an insight into the types of discussions you should have with the other side prior to the first CMC in which costs budgeting will be addressed by the court.
This video provides an insight into how the court will deal with costs budgeting when the parties have co-operated and sought to agree aspects of the proceedings where costs are key e.g. disclosure.
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