Claire Ruckin finds controlling costs high on the agenda at the 2009 Legal Week Litigation Forum, while Herbert Smith's Sonya Leydecker and Maura McIntosh look at what effect the Jackson review will have on the spiralling costs of litigation.
A proportionate piece of the pie – The much-anticipated Jackson review, due at the end of the year, is to address the spiralling costs of litigation. Herbert Smith’s Sonya Leydecker and Maura McIntosh highlight the issues at hand.
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