Welcome to the latest edition of ATEMatters from Legal Protection Group and hopefully something to help take your mind off of the first Ashes Test result. The granting of a security for costs order is our headline this month followed by an interesting judgment revolving around the entitlement of an agent to commission.
A couple of cases which your injury litigation colleagues may be interested in especially the long awaited judgment on the conjoined cases of Demouilpied & West v Stockport NHS Foundation Trust which could have had a huge impact on the ATE industry if there had not been a sensible decision. Finally this month we finish on another ‘hot’ topic i.e. the validity of moving a case from Legal Aid to a CFA.
ATEMatters August 2019