No win no fee is a term we frequently hear banded about in the UK. It's formal name is CFA – which means Conditional Fee Agreement. The no win no fee era was set in motion at the end of the means tested, personal injury legal aid, in 1995. The idea behind it is that justice should be available for all, regardless of stature and financial position, arguably, as it should be. A no win no fee claim is a claim undertaken in the case of a client who has suffered physical or…Read More
Added by Richard Pettet on October 14, 2013 — Defero Law
It highlights three highly important aspects of business development that could have a positive effect on your ability to win…Read More
Added by Mike Ames on October 10, 2013 — Defero Law
Church – No!
Conveyancers – Yes!
Added by Conveyancing Liability Solutions on October 8, 2013 — Defero Law
Legal blogger Charon QC has stated on a number of occasions that 'there are no rules on Twitter' and I've always tended to agree with the sentiment behind that comment.
However, the "Twitter joke trial" and…Read More
Many involved in personal injury litigation and legal costs do not appear to be familiar with or understand the words/expressions 'concludes at trial' and 'concludes before a trial has commenced' as set out in the former CPR 45 Sections III - V and relating to fixed success fees in road traffic accident, employers' liability and employers' liability disease claims.
Recently, for example and in the context of an employers' liability claim where the Claimant's bill…
Added by Jon Williams on September 16, 2013 — Defero Law