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Cost budgeting - Jamie Carpenter QC- Hailsham Chambers

In light of Barts Health v Salmon, what - right now - amounts to a good reason for departing from a cost budget for the receiving party and the paying party?

Electronic bills (NTS7) - District Judge Ian Besford

Electronic bills (NTS7) - District Judge Ian Besford Despite the controversy and hullabaloo, how is the E-bill working on provisional and detailed assessment? What is best practice for points of dispute, replies, lodging paperwork before and during the assessment?

Incurred costs - Judith Ayling, 39 Essex Chambers

Incurred costs - Judith Ayling, 39 Essex Chambers What are the ramifications of changes to Practice Direction 3E, the cut off between incurred and budgeted costs? What are the work-arounds?

Part 36 offers - Alexander Hutton QC, Hailsham Chambers

Part 36 offers - Alexander Hutton QC, Hailsham Chambers How is the Court responding to the injustice test and the power to allow a partial award that enhances the effectiveness of a part 36 offer?

Proportionality - Roger Mallalieu QC, 4 New Square

Proportionality - Roger Mallalieu QC, 4 New Square What is the “appropriate approach” to the proportionality test following the Court of Appeal's decision in West v Stockport NHS Foundation Trust?

Electronic bills - District Judge Ian Besford

Electronic bills - District Judge Ian Besford Despite the controversy and hullabaloo, how is the E-bill working on provisional and detailed assessment? What is best practice for points of dispute, replies, lodging paperwork before and during the assessment?

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