Paul Jones contemplates what the current costs trends mean for the future of London practices ‘There was no obligation on the claimant to instruct the cheapest available firm and… the court had a wide discretion to allow a reasonable hourly rate in all the circumstances of the case.’Hourly rates are one of perennial areas of …
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