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1 Crown Office Row has a wealth of experience in costs matters, and counts a Deputy Costs Judge of the SCCO among its members.
Members of Chambers appear regularly in the SCCO, as well as before the County and High Courts, and in the Court of Appeal. Members of chambers’ costs work has also taken them to the UK Supreme Court.
Our costs expertise has been called upon across a broad spectrum of litigation, including:
- Incidence of costs
- Issues based and partial costs orders
- Detailed assessments
- Wasted costs cases (both sides)
- CFA compliance
- Success fees
- Claims against third party funders
- Costs capping
- Costs budgeting
- Personal liability claims against experts
- Solicitor and own client costs
- Public funding
Members also regularly lecture and contribute to journals and texts in this area, including to publications by Jowitt’s, the Law Society and Butterworths.
Members are also recognized as leaders in the field both by Chambers and Partners and by the Legal 500.
Scope of Duty and Causation: Chester v Afshar Revisited - Jun 2019
The 1COR Quarterly Medical Law Review – Spring 2019 – Issue 1 - May 2019
Jeremy Hyam QC and Suzanne Lambert in the Court of Appeal case on recoverability for damages for upbringing of healthy child as a result of wrongful conception - Dec 2018
Matthew Hill succeeds in former PM costs case - Dec 2018
Richard Booth QC and Robert Kellar to speak at MBL Clinical Negligence 2018 Conference - Nov 2018
1 Crown Office Row remains a ‘Band 1 Set’ according to Chambers & Partners - Nov 2018
1 Crown Office Row remains a ‘top tier set’ in the Legal 500 2018 Guide - Oct 2018
Brain damaged child receives over £18m in compensation in clinical negligence claim - Oct 2018
Jeremy Hyam QC and Matthew Barnes in significant clinical negligence case on Part 36 offers and indemnity costs - Jul 2018
Clodagh Bradley QC wins point of law in Fatal Accidents Act claim for loss of earnings - Nov 2016
Is Crowdfunding the New Way of Financing Judicial Reviews? - Nov 2016
3 members listed in Who’s Who Legal 2016 - Feb 2016
John Whitting QC argues important quantum of damages principle in High Court - Jun 2015
Philippa Whipple QC and Matthew Donmall win Court of Appeal case on public funding - Jun 2015
High Court dismisses contractual claim for upbringing of healthy child on public policy grounds - Oct 2017
Sarah Lambert appointed as a Deputy Costs Judge (Taxing Master) of the Senior Courts - Jan 2013