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Welcome to the eighth issue of Costs aware. In this issue we cover a number of areas including misguided inflationary increases to Guideline Hourly Rates. There is also a feature on data claims, an area that's become the focus of many claimant firms in 2020.
The impact of COVID-19 continues to be felt in the credit hire market as the year draws to an end. Here we analyse the latest data to ascertain the extent of the inflation, and consider whether the provision of expensive high end vehicles is really an “entitlement” in the context of the lockdown restrictions. We give an update on the latest legal and case law developments from across the UK, then take a look ahead to what might be in store in 2021; including assessing the possible impact of Brexit on the credit hire market.
2020 has thrown up many challenges for legacy claims. In our latest addition of Aware, nine members of our team have provided their insight and expertise on several key areas to help you both now and in the future.
The latest edition of Personal Injury Aware is now available to download. In this issue, we focus on the impact of COVID-19 on various areas, from costs to catastrophic injury, and courts to causation. We also find out the latest AI developments from Innovation Director, Dene Rowe.
Welcome to the latest edition of Credit Hire Aware. Articles include:
Welcome to the latest edition of Costs Aware. Articles include:
- Shaping the legal landscape in the world of costs!
- Don’t be in such a hurry – A cautionary tale!
- Costs budget and relief from sanctions update.
- Get the Right Order; and the Order Right!
- Defendants who fail to co-operate with ADR at risk of Indemnity Costs!
- Defendant awarded indemnity costs following failure to beat Part 36 offer.
- Conduct in Fixed Costs & Low Value Claims.
- 21 years of failure of proportionality of costs?
- Budget variation is compulsory where there is a significant development in a case.