Home > Cases > LB SOUTHWARK V SIBTHORP AND MORRIS [2011] EWCA Civ 25

The Court of Appeal gives important guidance as to the ambit of the modern law of champerty and holds that, in certain circumstances, a solicitor can lawfully agree to indemnify his client against adverse costs orders.
David Holland appeared for the Law Society as Intervener.

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