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Excessive & disproportionate costs in litigation

Nurse, Angus and Peysner, John and Flynn, John (2011) Excessive & disproportionate costs in litigation. Technical Report. The National Accident Helpline Ltd.

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Abstract

This research is into the cause of excessive costs in civil litigation. The research was commissioned by the National Accident Helpline Limited (NAH Ltd) following the Ministry of Justice’s (MOJ) announcement of a consultation on its proposals for reform of civil litigation costs in England and Wales. The research considers the cause of excessive and disproportionate costs in litigation, in particular in personal injury and clinical negligence claims.

Additional Information:This research is into the cause of excessive costs in civil litigation. The research was commissioned by the National Accident Helpline Limited (NAH Ltd) following the Ministry of Justice’s (MOJ) announcement of a consultation on its proposals for reform of civil litigation costs in England and Wales. The research considers the cause of excessive and disproportionate costs in litigation, in particular in personal injury and clinical negligence claims.
Keywords:litigation, civil justice
Subjects:M Law > M224 Torts
M Law > M110 UK Legal Systems
Divisions:College of Social Science > Lincoln Law School
ID Code:4090
Deposited On:23 Feb 2011 21:22

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