The award of costs in In re Jones was based on the court’s disciplinary jurisdiction over solicitors
(1876) App Cas 186
England and Wales
Cited – In re Jones ChD 1870
The solicitor had engaged to indemnify the plaintiff against the costs of a ‘doubtful suit’ which failed. Lord Hatherley LC said that he thought it the duty of the Court to be anxious to see that solicitors not only performed their duty towards . .
Cited – Travelers Insurance Company Ltd v XYZ SC 30-Oct-2019
Challenge to the making of a non-party costs order under section 51 of the Senior Courts Act 1981 against the product liability insurer of one of the defendants in litigation being managed under a Group Litigation Order (‘GLO’). Many of the . .
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Costs, Legal Professions
Updated: 10 May 2022; Ref: scu.676823