Case Note: Maguire “Article 2: Are the circumstances of the case such as to call a state to account” Factual Background The inquest into the death of Jackie Maguire, a 52 year old female with Down’s Syndrome and moderate learning difficulties, who resided in a state funded care home and was the subject of a […]
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Michelle is a specialist costs and PI Barrister, a Mediator and a Legal Consultant/Auditor. She is forward-thinking, authorised to practise in a dual capacity both in-house and in the traditional sense.
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This article first appeared in the March 2019 edition of the Liverpool Law Society magazine What are the costs consequences when a Defendant makes a Part 36 offer and then without withdrawing it simply reduces the value of that offer under CPR 36.9, thereby leaving the offer open for acceptance throughout – but in its […]
See link here for discussion of facts and judgment on liability by Charles Feeny PD -v- RLBUH NHS T Key points Successful claimant’s costs recovery restricted after fully contested trial to a fixed sum reflecting just 6.7% of the budgeted base fees and disbursements; and Claimant ordered to pay all of the defendant’s costs following […]
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