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In West v Stockport NHS Foundation Trust & Demouilpied v Stockport NHS Foundation Trust  EWCA Civ 1220, the court allowed two appeals by claimants, who brought claims in clinical negligence, against costs assessments of ARAG’s block-rated Post-LASPO ATE insurance premiums. The claimants were successfully represented by Nick McDonnell (Costs Lawyer and Director) and Gary Redfern (Senior Costs Draftsman and Negotiator) both from the Manchester office of Kain Knight Costs Lawyers together with Leading Costs Counsel Nick Bacon QC (4 New Square) and Costs Counsel Rupert Cohen (Landmark Chambers)... ...
The number of cases at High Court level and above which are being handed down continue at a relentless pace. This update principally features judgments which have appeared in the Law Reports. As usual, we do not mention those at Circuit Judge or Master level as they are not binding, but the important decisions by High Court judges and above are here, with the cases grouped by subject matter. Those judgments are not necessarily “the last word” as permission to appeal to higher courts has been given in some of them, as we mention below. However, it usually takes at least a year for the Court of Appeal to hear a case from the date Notice of Appeal is served until judgment is handed down, so for those, the wait for the “last word” goes on....
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