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3 September, 2019

Stephen Ryan raising money for The Institute of Cancer Research

Temple Legal Protection are proud to be sponsoring our IT and Marketing Assistant, Stephen Ryan who will be taking part in numerous events to raise money for The Institute of Cancer Research (ICR) finishing with the London Marathon in 2020. ICR is one of the world’s most influential cancer research organisations with an outstanding record […]

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19 August, 2019

Costs Law Reports Conference 2019

We thought you would like to know about the Costs Law Reports Conference which is due to be held at the offices of Eversheds Sutherland in London on 25th September 2019. Tickets are available on a first come, first served basis and are selling fast! For further details of this event click here and If you […]

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19 August, 2019

QOCS on the Scottish horizon

The imminent introduction of costs shifting – or QOCS as it has been labeled – for personal injury and clinical negligence cases in Scotland affords a good opportunity for lawyers to explore the prospects of arranging legal expenses insurance for their clients at an affordable price. The experience of the same changes in England and […]

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22 July, 2019

Reasonableness and Proportionality ruling ends

The Court of Appeal in West v Stockport NHS Foundation Trust and Demouilpied v Stockport NHS Foundation Trust yesterday handed down a defining judgement on the application of the new reasonableness and proportionality rules. This follows the 2015 decision in Nokes –v- Heart of England Foundation NHS Trust [2015] EWHC B6 (Costs) where Master Leonard […]

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19 July, 2019

Switching a Clinical Negligence case from legal aid to CFA/ATE insurance

Matthew Best Underwriting Manager for our Personal Injury & Clinical Negligence Team gives his view on the judgment in EPX v Milton Keynes University Hospital NHS Trust [2019]. In short this is an unhelpful decision. It is another win for the paying party – as the claimant lost the appeal against the Master’s initial ruling. […]

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9 July, 2019

Having Trouble Recovering an ATE Premium in Cases Involving Minors?

Matthew Best, Underwriting Manager for our Personal Injury & Clinical Negligence team looks at why the latest ruling in Barker v Confiance and others [2019] EWHC 1401 (Ch) could help argue that there should be no issues. A High Court judge has said there is no general rule preventing costs being awarded against children. In […]

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