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Hulme v Handley Law Ltd

News | Thu 8th Jun, 2023

In a decision from March just published, Costs Judge Leonard ruled that the defendant in this case had “every right” to terminate its retainer with a clinical negligence client when presented with evidence that she had lied about the severity of her symptoms. The allegations of dishonesty made by the defendant against her were “substantive enough” to terminate the retainer.

Gurion Taussig represented Handley Law in this case.

Read further details on the decision here.

Read the full decision here.

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