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Conditional Fees: A Guide to CFAs and Litigation Funding 3rd ed isbn 9781853289927

Conditional Fees: A Survival Guide 2nd ed

Edited by: Fiona Bawdon, Michael Napier, Gordon Wignall

ISBN13: 9781853284724
ISBN: 1853284726
New Edition ISBN: 9781853289927
Published: April 2001
Publisher: Law Society Publishing
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Paperback
Price: Out of print

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Now fully updated in a new edition, Conditional fees: a survival guide, gives solicitors and barristers the tools they need to decide whether conditional fees are right for them and their practice. It takes readers through the key background issues and explains how to run a case on a no win, no fee basis, and how to recover costs.

The appendices are comprehensive, covering the key regulations, codes of conduct, court rules, model agreements, standard letters and a concise comparison of after the event insurance products. The guide is edited by Fiona Bawdon, a legal journalist, Michael Napier, former president of the Law Society and senior partner at Irwin Mitchell, and Gordon Wignall, barrister, author and contributor to Litigation Funding magazine. It also has comprehensive contributions from Sallie Booth, Emmanuel Gilbert and Gareth Phillips.

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Conditional fees in context; the regulatory framework; running a litigation practice on conditional fees; running a conditional fee case; the model conditional fee agreement; the bar; after the event insurance explained.