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Costs Aware 2

AWARE||24/10/2016

Litigation in the area of costs is being fought with increasing intensity, with new issues arising soon after a point has finally been decided.  With that in mind, we have a wide range of articles in this issue from various members of Keoghs' costs team, addressing the latest behaviours and case law affecting insurers in this area.

If you have any queries about articles featured in this issue please do not hesitate to contact me or any of the contributors listed in the publication.

Order for interim payments on account of costs

AWARE||24/10/2016

Costs Negotiator, Kayla Rees, looks at recent case law affecting orders for interim payments on account of costs.

The dangers of the approved costs budget

AWARE||24/10/2016

Ben Petrecz and Howard Dean discuss approved costs budgeting and detailed assessment questioning the merits of each.

Transforming our justice system

AWARE||24/10/2016

On the 15th September the Lord Chancellor, Lord Chief Justice, and the Senior President of Tribunals published a joint statement on their shared vision for the future of Her Majesty’s Courts & Tribunal Service.

Challenging unreasonably incurred court fees

AWARE||24/10/2016

In the first of two articles, Hayley Blackburn examines a common behaviour where claimant solicitors bring proceedings on an individual basis for linked claimants, increasing costs for insurers as a result.

Recoverable costs of attending an inquest

AWARE||24/10/2016

Yvonne Booth questions whether the costs of attending an inquest should be recoverable in the context of a civil claim?

Late acceptance of Part 36 offers and indemnity costs

AWARE||24/10/2016

Claimants have long been pushing for defendants to be penalised in indemnity costs for accepting genuine offers of settlement out of time. The number of applications based merely upon the fact of late acceptance is steadily growing resulting in first instance decisions for both sides.

Part 36 and "genuine attempts to settle"

AWARE||24/10/2016

Elaine Pitt looks at Part 36 offers and the difficulty involved with "genuine attempts to settle".

Merrix v Heart of England NHS Foundation Trust

AWARE||24/10/2016

On 13 October, before Regional Costs Judge, District Judge Lumb, it was decided that a “good reason” to depart downwards from an approved budget is not needed upon detailed assessment.

Are claimants incurring court fees unnecessarily?

AWARE||24/10/2016

Hayley Blackburn tackles a second issue involving court fees that could impact indemnity spend.