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ATE insurance premiums—reasonableness and proportionality (Demouilpied v Stockport)

ATE insurance premiums—reasonableness and proportionality (Demouilpied v Stockport)
Published on: 12 April 2017
Published by: LexisPSL
  • ATE insurance premiums—reasonableness and proportionality (Demouilpied v Stockport)
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  • What approach is the County Court taking to dealing with the assessment of ATE insurance?
  • How is the issue of proportionality being addressed by the courts?
  • What relevance was the issue of ‘reasonableness’?

Article summary

Dispute Resolution analysis: How should the court approach submissions that after the event (ATE) insurance premiums are unreasonable and costs disproportionate? Anil Virji, head of costs and Robert Patterson, senior costs draftsman, at Civil & Commercial Costs Lawyers, analyse the judgment in Demouilpied v Stockport NHS Foundation Trust. or take a trial to read the full analysis.

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