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Spring Costs Q&A - Shared screen with speaker view
Mel Bingham
32:09
Is there a bullet point summary of Mark's fun facts at all please?
JamesScott
34:16
Is it only likely that a costs lawyer will get grade C or B if it is what is deemed as 'costs lawyer work' so most actual bill drafting will still be regarded as grade D work?
Sue Nash
36:43
Imo yes.
Mark Friston
36:56
I don't know. Presumably each case will be determined on its own facts. I would be interested the hear what is happening in practice
rp
43:20
Any ideas on whether judgment entered under CPR 36.14(7) produces an 'order'?
Mark Friston
46:57
I would have to look at it be sure, but my preliminary view is 'yes'
Matilda Hawes
46:58
In answer to Mel Bingham's question: I will send out a follow-up email with Mark's list of fun facts.
Mel Bingham
47:53
Great, thanks.
rp
48:09
Thanks, Mark
John Appleyard
51:15
Approval Hearings following the acceptance of a Part 36 offer. Is that an Order for damages, or the Court's approval of an offer and acceptance already made?. If it is an Order, does that mean D can enforce any previous orders against it (to the value of damages), and if not, does that mean that the Defendant can't?
Matilda Hawes
51:52
In light of Precedent S allowing for the bill to be drawn in parts and such parts capable of being limited to what has been invoiced based on the actual time spent, having the indemnity principle in mind, how does this sit in the face of Mr Justice Richards reported case of Botham v Khan [2004] EWHC 2602 (QB) whereby the receiving party were penalised for the way in which they drew various parts of their bill by showing the actual time spent but limiting a part or parts to the invoiced sum?
John Appleyard
58:09
Thank you, Alex.
Matilda Hawes
58:13
What is the panel’s view as to whether low value claims arising from the Data Protection Act should attract fixed costs of CPR 45?
Matilda Hawes
59:49
Does a “dog bite” case where the dog is a “working dog” being funded by a commercial (farm) policy of insurance rightly fall under the auspices of a “Public Liability” claim or does it escape fixed costs by reason of the persons ultimately responsible for the behaviour of the dog being individuals thus activating 4.3(3) of The Pre-action Protocol for Low Value Personal Injury (Employers Liability and Public Liability) Claims?
rob pettitt
01:04:57
Thank you all and thank you for the reply
Mel Bingham
01:05:11
Thanks all, very useful.
Michael Fletcher
01:05:26
Thanks to all, very informative and helpful.
Steve Page
01:05:34
thank you all. Very informative as always
MatKnight
01:05:34
Thank you
Kyle Shore
01:05:37
Excellent, thank you best wishes
Adrian Chard
01:05:37
Thank you.
Guy Knight
01:05:40
Thank you
Matilda Hawes
01:05:41
Another Question!In a case where we applied for a Default CC, it was rejected by the DJ because the paragraph outlining the DF pay the C's costs was not included in the order but in thee schedule
John Appleyard
01:05:41
Thank you. Very helpful indeed.
Melanie Vickery
01:05:50
Thank you all.
Deborah Burke
01:05:53
Thank you everyone, excellent as always :-)
Andrew Neale
01:06:02
Thank you.
Stephen Averill
01:06:36
Thanks to all. Very enjoyable and informative as always.
simon noakes
01:06:53
Thanks Hailsham
Sue Nash
01:06:54
Thank you all
Dan Stacey
01:06:56
well done all
Olivia Goddard
01:06:56
Thank you, much appreciated