Still queries on TAG case

The preliminary judgment by Master Hurst, the chief costs judge, inThe Accident Group (TAG) test cases - that claimants' solicitors arepermitted to delegate responsibility to provide information on conditionalfee agreements (CFAs) to properly appointed agents - leaves many questionsunanswered.

Master Hurst was to determine whether, under TAG's scheme, the informationrequired to be given to clients about the CFA under reg 4 of theConditional Fee Agreement Regulations had been given by a

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