Reportage: Decisions,decisions


From much of the wider coverage that the review received, brokers might be forgiven for thinking that Lord Justice Jackson's Review of Civil Litigation Costs was only concerned about the after-the-event (ATE) market. He certainly had no win, no fee agreements firmly in his sights when he wrote his 600-page report, and even went so far as to endorse before-the-event (BTE) legal protection as a means to provide access to justice. So, what have brokers got to be concerned about?

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