- Judging the honesty of witnesses in personal injury claims
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- What does this case tell us about qualified one-way costs shifting (QOCS)?
- How were the issues of counterclaim and exemplary damages approached?
- What should lawyers take from this case?
Personal Injury analysis: Craig Budworth, solicitor at DWF LLP, explains that Akhtar v Ball shows that where there is clear evidence of dishonesty, judges are willing to make findings of fundamental dishonesty, enabling defendants to enforce costs orders without further orders from the court
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