The law and procedure relating to costs is an essential part of the toolkit for all litigators. Giving clients clear, practical advice on when costs may be recoverable can often be more important that advising on the substantive issues in dispute. This webinar will provide delegates with an overview of the relevant law and procedure relating to costs with practical insights drawn from the speakers’ own cases.
This series is designed to introduce key topics that are likely to crop up for property litigators, though this session is likely to be valuable for anyone who works in civil litigation. The talks will provide an overview of the legal and procedural landscape with plenty of time for questions from the audience.
This webinar will be online-only (owing to temporary works taking place in Chambers), but in-person Nuts & Bolts seminars will be back very soon.
• Introduction by Chair – Ellodie Gibbons
• Reasonableness, Proportionality and Summary Assessment – Rupert Cohen
• Security for Costs and Payments on Account – Tom Morris
• Offers and Part 36 – Kate Traynor
• Questions and Discussion
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Offers and Part 36 - Rupert Cohen and Tom Morris
Security for Costs and Payments on Account - Tom Morris
Reasonableness, Proportionality and Summary Assessment - Rupert Cohen
Property Law Nuts & Bolts, Part 5: Costs
Ellodie Gibbons, Tom Morris, and Rupert Cohen