Costs: Once a QOCS, always a QOCS

Paul Jones examines an emerging area of dispute in the application of QOCS ‘The starting position for QOCS is that a costs order made in favour of successful defendant to a personal injury claim cannot be enforced against the claimant.’ One of the most significant reforms ushered in by the Jackson report was Qualified One …
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Cases Referenced

  • Michael Landau v Big Bus Co and Pawel Zeital [2014] EWCA Civ 1102