Under the Legal Profession Act 2004, if a lawyer applied for renewal of their practising certificate prior to the expiry of the old one, but a decision was not made before the old one runs out, the certificate is extended until either it is renewed or a decision to refuse renewal is finally determined by […]
Entries Tagged as 'Non-party costs orders'
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Updated post, 1 March 2016: Decision upheld by UK Court of Appeal:  EWCA Civ 23. A note of the appeal decision is here. It reveals that Mr Vik’s costs liability is about £50 million. Ouch. Original post: Deutsche Bank AG v Sebastian Holdings Incorporated  EWHC 2073 (Comm) is big. Deutsche Bank sued a company in the […]