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The Court of Appeal gives guidance on solicitor/client costs disputes in Ainsworth v Stewarts Law

19th February 2020

The Court of Appeal gives guidance on solicitor/client costs disputes in Ainsworth v Stewarts Law

The decision in the Court of Appeal in Ainsworth v Stewarts Law LLP is extremely important for any professional involved in solicitor and client disputes.  In addition, the court gave general guidance regarding points of dispute that will be relevant not only to these cases but also to between the parties detailed assessments.  Further, the judgment is another example of the senior courts being willing to uphold robust case management decisions of first instance judges.  Robin Dunne, who successfully represented Stewarts Law has written an article looking at judgment and the implications of the decision.

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