What does ‘at a proportionate cost’ mean within the Civil Procedure Rules?

This post is contributed by Robert Jago, Module Convenor for Civil and Criminal Procedure

In this Vlog I consider a recent case from the High Court which looks at what ‘at a proportionate cost’ means within the scope of the Civil Procedure Rules R1.1. The result provides a salutary warning to those advising litigants as to what will and will not be recoverable post settlement.

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