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Stevensdrake v Hunt

(Stevensdrake Limited (trading as Stevensdrake Solicitors) v Hunt)

As you may be aware, Stevensdrake is a firm of solicitors who sought payment of their costs from Stephen Hunt, an IP.

The parties had worked together on various insolvency matters for many years, and had signed a Conditional Fee Agreement (CFA) back in 2008, having previously agreed a retainer in 2005, whereby Stevensdrake agreed to wait for payment of its fees until any assets were recovered in an estate being dealt with by Mr Hunt.

Mr Hunt refused to pay Stevensdrake’s bill, and they claimed personally against him for costs.

Our recent CPD Tap webcast provided more information on the latest decision from the Court of Appeal in this case.

Posted: 01.03.2018
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