Jackson consultation silent on referral fees

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Despite this, law firm Browne Jacobson claimed the Government's paper gave the clearest indication yet that it intended to push through key recommendations from Lord Justice Jackson's review on civil litigation costs.

The paper, which focuses primarily on litigation funding arrangements and personal injury claims in particular, offers its support for many of Jackson's key proposals including abolishing the recoverability of success fees or after the event (ATE) premiums from the losing party

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