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The Costs Landscape in Police, Inquests and Prison Law

Date: 28 July 2021, 10:00 - 11:00
Location: Online webinar
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Join our Costs and Police, Care and Justice team at DWF to listen to a lively and insightful discussion about the latest Costs issues and ask questions of our panel of experts from DWF & Greater Manchester Police.

Event Details


Our webinar focuses on the latest Costs issues, key developments and case decisions including:

Mixed QOCS Claims:  what is the current state of the law and the impact on QOCS when a Claimant seeks to bring a claim for personal injury as well claims for non-PI remedies. 

False Imprisonment: practical hints and tips on ways to limit the Claimant's costs in these cases and a Summary of some recent DWF costs cases in false imprisonment claims.

Inquest Costs: the recoverability of inquest costs and the impact of the form of admission used.

Costs Budgeting: the importance of costs budgeting and effect on the costs payable at the conclusion.

Guideline hourly rates:  an update on the guideline hourly rate review, it's impact and next steps

We very much hope you can join us.  Please feel free to share this event with any colleagues who may also be interested in attending.

Speakers


  • Nicola Critchley, Partner, DWF Costs 
  • Rachel Jones, Partner and Head of Police and Prison Law, DWF
  • Catherine Shackleton, Principal Solicitor, Civil Litigation, Greater Manchester Police

 

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