Costs: No exceptionality required

Paul Jones considers the latest case involving QOCS and allegations of fundamental dishonesty ‘The test was one that neither required exceptionality nor was to be made routinely. There was no presumption either for or against the making of such a finding but was rather one to be made after a consideration of all of the …
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Cases Referenced

  • Alpha Insurance A/S v Roche & anor [2018] EWHC 1342 (QB)