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Irwin Mitchell did not have consent for £28,000 deduction, court rules

The Law Society Gazette reports on a  24th June judgment in the Senior Courts Costs Office in which Costs Judge Brown found that there had n...
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Not All "No Win, No Fee" Agreements are Equal

Detailed analysis reveals a confusing picture for clients
We think most users of legal services are either told or allowed to assume that "no win, no fee" agreements offered to them by&nbs...
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Our latest victory appears in the legal press

"In modern times, solicitors have to accept that complaints (whether of poor service or as to fees) go with the territory of professional practice"
London firm loses £36,000 CFA costs appeal | News | Law Gazette 'Solicitors have to accept that complaints (whether of poor service or as to fees) go ...
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James Murray v Richard Slade & Co Ltd : an important appeal victory

Appeal Court upholds disallowance of £18,000 counsel's fees, and finding that a CFA had been terminated unlawfully
We are pleased to have secured an appeal victory for our client, James Murray,  handed down on 17th December. Sir Andrew Nicol upheld M...
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Your Local Solicitor Isn't so Local These Days

Increasingly clients are using distant solicitors, using an online sign up process
In days gone by members of the public would visit their local, usually family solicitor, for all their legal requirements. That has been changing and ...
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