Martyn Griffiths provides his insight into Malmsten v Bohinc  EWHC 1386 (Ch). As the first binding decision on proportionality this case provides important guidance for all practitioners and is likely to be cited in courts up and down the country.
In Malmsten v Bohinc  EWHC 1386 (Ch) Marcus Smith J addressed the approach to be taken by a Judge when assessing proportionality test as per r.44.3. This is the first time that a higher court has given guidance and will therefore be of interest to litigators and cost lawyers alike.
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