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Vol 21 No 10 Oct/Nov 2016

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This book is now Out of Print.
A new edition was published, see:
Cook on Costs 2014 isbn 9781405778749

Cook on Costs 2013: Jackson Review Supplement


ISBN13: 9781405782593
New Edition ISBN: 9781405778749
Published: July 2013
Publisher: LexisNexis Butterworths
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Paperback, A4
Price: Out of print



Cook on Costs Jackson Review Supplement considers the consequences of the implementation of the wide-ranging recommendations of the Jackson Review of Costs in Civil Litigation.

This one-off supplement discusses success fees, ATE insurance, referral fees, fixed costs,CFAs and all the relevant areas covered by the reforms. This is an essential purchase for anyone who wishes to keep on top of the extensive changes to the costs regime brought about by the Jackson Review.

Written by His Honour Michael Cook, whose esteemed reputation in this field of law is widely recognised. His expertise gives you peace of mind and confidence, making this flagship work the only reference tool you’ll need to deal with the new costs landscape.

This one-off supplement will include:

  • Success fees and after-the –event insurance premiums to be irrecoverable between the parties but they will still exist
  • Proportionality of costs between the parties is redefined
  • Lawyers may share in the proceeds of successful litigation under Damages Based Agreements
  • Part 36 offers to have a 10% bonus if they are unreasonably refused
  • General damages for breach of contract and tort to be increased by 10%
  • Payment of referral fees for personal injury litigation becomes illegal
  • Case and costs management of litigation to be strictly regulated by the judiciary