Conferences on Costs Law

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Costs: Shaping New Law into Solution-Focused Answers for Your Clients

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Answers to 10 Thorny Questions: Directly from 9 Supremely Talented Costs Judges and Counsel

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Past Conference Documents

Budget variations - Roger Mallalieu QC, 4 New Square

Budget variations - Roger Mallalieu QC, 4 New Square How do you make tactical use of the new Prec T and budget variation procedure, and how will it influence your "good reasons" argument at assessment?

Strategy - Shaman Kapoor, 39 Essex Chambers

Strategy - Shaman Kapoor, 39 Essex Chambers How do you gain a strategic advantage for your client when commencing, defending and resolving costs actions?

Solicitor and own client assessments

Solicitor and own client assessments How has Belsner v Cam changed existing thinking on solicitor/own client disputes? Can you apply the same argument to CPR 46.9(3)(c)?

Hybrid DBAs - Alex Hutton QC, Hailsham Chambers

Hybrid DBAs - Alex Hutton QC, Hailsham Chambers In the spotlight of Lexlaw v Zuberi, what are the implications of hybrid DBAs on costs law and practice? How will market practice change?

Hourly rates - David Marshall, Anthony Gold

Hourly rates - David Marshall, Anthony Gold What do the trends show over hourly rates and why are they so significant for practice?

Incurred costs - District Judge Ian Besford

Incurred costs - District Judge Ian Besford Given the inconsistency in approach, at what point - legally and practically - should a party update costs from estimated to incurred ahead of a CMC/CCMC?

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