Dekinar Recording: Understanding the New Fixed Costs Regime



From 1st October 2023, civil litigation in England and Wales will dramatically change. Virtually all claims valued up to £100,000 will be subject to a new fixed costs regime. Fixed recoverable costs will be extended across the fast track, and a new intermediate track will be introduced for simpler cases valued up to £100,000.

In yesterday’s webinar Kerry Nicholson and Anirudh Mandagere looked at the detail of the new regime, difficulties which may arise and how best to prepare for it.

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