3 November 2014
Proposals are to be drawn up for a blanket ban on ‘legal highs’, rather than acting on a substance-by-substance basis, the Home Office announced.
Solicitors punished on costs after it was not made clear claim was unsuitable for low-value protocol.
Defendant had failed to show collision was bogus but got dishonesty through on extent of injuries.
Defendant successfully sees off £1,200 claimed for brief fee and skeleton argument.
Copyright © 2020 The Law Society
Site powered by Webvision Cloud