Steel and Morris v McDonald’s Corporation and Mcdonald’s Restaurants Ltd: CA 30 Apr 1999

The respondents had achieved a substantial damages award against the appellants. The appellants said they had achieved success on two points and sought an order in their favour for the costs of those elements.
Held: ‘The appellants have no order for costs against them and it is impossible in our view for them now to seek an order for costs in their favour when the most they could have hoped for, by reason of their partial success on this appeal, was the reduction of the order for costs against them by way of a proportional reduction. ‘
[1999] EWCA Civ 1319
England and Wales
Citing:
See AlsoSteel and Morris v McDonald’s Corporation and Mcdonald’s Restaurants Ltd CA 31-Mar-1999
The appellants had lost a substantial defamation claim against them brought by the respondents. They appealed. . .

Cited by:
See AlsoSteel and Morris v McDonald’s Corporation and Mcdonald’s Restaurants Ltd CA 31-Mar-1999
The appellants had lost a substantial defamation claim against them brought by the respondents. They appealed. . .

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