Conveniently located for access to the Senior Courts Costs Office (formerly Supreme Court Costs Office), but just outside the M25, TMC are able to provide a full City service at provincial rates.
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Just call us to arrange a door to door collection. All files will be returned to your offices on completion, securely and without charge. We have a weekly courier service in and around London every Thursday. We can also arrange specific collections for urgent matters. Alternatively, you can send your papers through the Document Exchange.
We are happy to take on urgent matters. Otherwise, we aim to provide a maximum turnaround time 15 working days. If for any reason this is not possible due to either staff holidays, sickness or sheer volume of work, we will contact you promptly and keep you advised.
Sometimes it may be more practical for matters to be dealt with in-house, subject to availability.
We use bespoke software and store Bills electronically both locally and securely online for ease of access and quick and easy revision where necessary.
Costs Judge, Master Simons, has slashed a Bill of Costs from £72,320 to £24,600 in a clinical negligence case which settled for £3,250. The reductions were made at provisional assessment and, aside from some minor increases, were maintained at an oral hearing.
The amended rules related to costs budgeting come into force on 6 April 2017 as part of The Civil Procedure (Amendment) Rules 2017. The effect of these amendments is to reverse the decision in SARPD Oil International Ltd v Addax Energy SA & Anor ...
Along with several other interested bodies the Association of Costs Lawyers have argued in response to Jackson LJ's call for evidence that it is too soon for a radical extension of fixed costs, coming only three years after the current regime was put in place.
Earlier this month, in BNM v MGN Limited  EWHC B13 (Costs), Master Gordon-Saker slashed a claimant’s incurred costs of £241,817 to £167,389.45 on the grounds of reasonableness, and then to just £83,964.80 on the basis of proportionality.