WHAT ARE OUR CHRISTMAS OPENING HOURS?
Thu 21 December 2017
Our Christmas office opening hours are as follows:
TAYLOR ROSE TTKW LAW FIRM OPENS LIVERPOOL OFFICE
Fri 15 December 2017
Taylor Rose TTKW is pleased to announce the opening of its Liverpool office. Specialising in residential and commercial property services, the office will be managed by Consultant Lawyer Andrew...
WHAT DOES CONTINUOUS IMPROVEMENT MEAN TO TAYLOR ROSE TTKW?
Tue 12 December 2017
I don’t need to tell you what Continuous Improvement means. It says it right there on the tin. Google it too - it seems like it’s the new must-have role in any forward thinking...
STEPHEN HINES ELECTED AS PRESIDENT OF FORUM OF INSURANCE LAWYERS
Tue 5 December 2017
Stephen Hines, CityGate Chambers Barrister and a Taylor Rose TTKW Consultant, was elected as President of the Forum of Insurance Lawyers (FOIL) at this year’s Annual General...
COURT OF APPEAL TO HEAR PART 36 LATE ACCEPTANCE APPEALS IN FIXED COSTS CASES
Thu 16 November 2017
The Court of Appeal will decide what costs should be allowed where a defendant accepts a claimant’s Part 36 offer after the relevant period in a claim within the scope of the fixed...
HOW CAN YOU MAKE SENSE OF PROPORTIONALITY IN LEGAL COSTS?
Thu 16 November 2017
Taylor Rose TTKW’s expert costs draftsperson, Catherine Rickett examines proportionality following the outcome of BNM v MGN.
One of the single biggest arguments faced when...
HOW CAN YOU CONCLUDE CLAIMS WITHOUT EXCLUDING FIXED COSTS?
Wed 1 November 2017
Costs negotiations expert Nicola Gipp examines the intricacies of concluding claims without excluding fixed costs.
It has recently become increasingly apparent that more and more...
WHAT ARE THE CHANGES TO RECOVERING DEBT?
Sun 1 October 2017
Introduction to the long awaited Pre-action Protocol for Debt Claims.
The Pre-action Protocol for Debt Claims (the “Protocol”) came into force on 1st October 2017 and...
DAVID COOPER FEATURES IN SOLICITORS JOURNAL
Tue 8 August 2017
This month one of our Partners David Cooper considers when parties may depart from the budget at detailed assessment, in light of Harrison with Solicitors Journal.
EMPLOYMENT TRIBUNAL FEES UNLAWFUL, SUPREME COURT RULES
Wed 26 July 2017
Government's Employment Tribunal fees regime was unlawful.
In a landmark decision handed down by the Supreme Court today, it has been decided that the...