Liability of Experts for Wasted Costs

Colm Nugent and Aneurin Moloney look at some recent cases which have given valuable guidance on the circumstances in which experts may be liable for the costs of any action. Click below to watch the video.

Cases covered:

  • Rubiera v Job
  • Topham v Ageas & Kerali
  • Kennedy v Corida Services LLP
  • Phillips v Symes
  • Deutsche Bank AG v (1) Sebastian Holdings Inc (2) Alexander Vik
  • Parent A v Parent B & 5 Ors
  • Symphony Group Plc v Hodgson
  • Bahai v Rashidian (1985)
  • LVI v Zafar and Others
  • Samantha Thimmaya (Claimant) v Lancashire NHS Foundation Trust (Defendant) & Firas Jamil (Third Partys Costs) (2020)
  • Mainwaring v Goldtech Investments Limited


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