piBlawg

the personal injury and clinical negligence blog

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Two Recent CFA Cases: Effect of a Failure to Serve a Notice of Funding and Powers of the Ombudsman

There have been two recent decisions concerning Conditional Fee Agreements which should be of interest to any practitioner practising in any area of the law where such funding arrangements are prevalent.   The first is Harrision & Anor v Black Horse (20/12/13, Sen Cts Office per Maser Gordon-Saker), where the strict application of the Mitchell judgment was applied to a case where relief w... [More]

After pasties and caravans … CFAs and DBAs?

Is it just me or should we all be concerned about the way in which the legislation to implement Lord Justice Jackson’s recommendations is being introduced?   Why have there been so few announcements about what are, after all, radical and far reaching public policy changes? If we as legal professionals are unsure about the proposed changes, how can we properly advise the public... [More]

Mr 10%

Until recently “Mr 10 %” has probably best been known as a gaming app which can be bought and downloaded onto a smartphone or tablet. The aim of the game is, as an “agent to the stars”, to buy and sell celebrities and make enough profit as quickly as possible to lead the life of the rich and famous. For lawyers, however, “Mr 10 %” is Lord Justice Jackson wh... [More]