Dominic Regan talks costs budgeting in this new course – All you need to know

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22 July 2014


The April 2014 reforms drastically extended the scope of budgeting. This seminar will look at common problems and will suggest practical solutions as well as best tactical advice.

With budgeting being so fundamental to the new litigation landscape this is one not to miss – whether you are a litigator, costs lawyer or draftsman.

Who should prepare the budget? Is the hourly rate relevant? How can you recover more in costs than the budgeted amount? These questions and much more will be discussed by expert speaker Dominic in this half day seminar.

For more details on seminar dates and costs, or to book your place, please email lucy@mblseminars.com quoting LF14.



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