- June 11, 2020
A need to engage: recent court rulings remind litigants of the need to explore ADR
Pursuant to CPR 44.2, the court may exercise its discretion to order one party to a claim to pay the costs incurred by another. While the general rule is that “the unsuccessful party will be ordered to pay the costs of the successful party”, the court may depart from this if it so chooses.
- January 23, 2020
Security for costs: delay isn’t always fatal
A balancing act Under CPR 25.13, the court may grant an order for security for costs if a two part test is satisfied. First, at least one of the gateway conditions listed at CPR 25.13(2) must apply. Secondly, it must be just for the court to make the order in all the circumstances of the … Continue reading Security for costs: delay isn’t always fatal →