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Legal Costs Webinar 2020

22 July 2020

At our recent Costs webinar we discussed some of the most significant developments in the world of legal costs.

The highlights

  • Professor Dominic Regan talked about the courts increasing orders for ADR, and the potential costs which can be applied if either party does not engage in mediation. Read the full article >
  • Nicola Critchley looked at upcoming reforms and current issues around fixed costs. Read the full article >
  • William Mackenzie and Lionel Marcus took part in a Q&A on recent developments in costs management and budgeting. Read the full article > 
  • Roger Mallalieu QC presented on his experiences of solicitor and client costs issues and how to avoid the common pitfalls. Read the full article >


Download the recording

If you missed the webinar, you can watch the recordings here:

Session 1 (Dominic Regan followed by Nicola Critchley) 
Session 2 (Lionel Marcus and William Mackenzie followed by Roger Mallalieu QC) 

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