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Costs

The way ahead for costs

Done properly, an electronic bill of costs can offer significant benefits to parties, judges, and lawyers alike, argues Iain Stark

Disclosure: Time for a change

The rules on disclosure should be revised to make electronic documents the norm and make it easier for the process to be tailored to the individual case, argues Ed Crosse

Keeping it in proportion

Setting and keeping costs budgets are a good discipline, even where this isn’t mandatory and however unclear the rules may be, says Matthew Gwynne

On the (costs) buses

Clarity over CPR 3.18 remains elusive while district judges approach the assessment of costs in differing ways, writes David Wright

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