Legal Cost Specialists

The art of good law costs drafting

By on Dec 2, 2009 | 1 comment

The Law Gazette has reported the case of a Norfolk solicitor who charged clients based on the weight of their files, “by weighing the files in his hand”, and was struck off after a hearing before the Solicitors Disciplinary Tribunal. You mean there’s another way to cost a file?

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  1. Was he found out when his file relating to a defective brickwork claim had samples on the file???

    Conversely, I know of many Defendant costs negotiators whom adopt a similar stance on their offers, its always fun to know in advance exactly what percentage they're going to offer !


    2nd December 2009

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