Part 36 offer

Is the Part 36 Offer Still Fit for Purpose After Hislop v Perde?

When the CPR came into force in April 1999, the old method of placing your opponent on risk as to costs in litigation, the Payment into Court, was replaced by Part 36 of the CPR. The intention was the same as the payment into court – to put some pressure Read the full article…

July Costs judgments including Part 36, QOCS, Indemnity costs

July 2018 Costs Round Up – QOCs, Part 36, Fixed Costs

The last month was a pretty hot one, both for the number of important and interesting legal costs judgments that were delivered, as well as in terms of the record outdoor (and in some offices, indoor) temperatures being hit. Here’s our round-up of the some of the legal costs news Read the full article…