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Jaggards Costs Conference 2010 Review
Jaggards hosted its seventh annual costs conference at The Law Society on the 26th February 2010, in partnership with Taylor Rose Law.
In its seventh year, the CPD accredited conference aimed to provide those who attended with the latest industry knowledge and developments. The morning focussed on the incoming MOJ RTA claims process, and the afternoon turned to Lord Justice Jackson’s Final Report on Civil Costs.
Adrian Jaggard, Managing Director of Jaggards started off the day with an insightful and informative update on the new RTA process. Following on from Adrian’s presentation an open forum was held, where Kevin Westall from the Ministry of Justice joined the panel to answer queries from the floor.
Dan Cutts, President of FOIL, spoke about The Law Firm of the Future giving an insightful perspective on solicitors and their likely adaptation to the MOJ and Jackson reforms.
Graham Plumb, Claims Technical Manager of AXA Insurance, roused and entertained the audience with his wry presentation on an insurer’s perspective on the Jackson report.
In the afternoon, Professor Paul Fenn, Assessor for the Jackson Report, gave a much anticipated presentation on the economist’s perspective, particularly how some of the proposals were arrived at.
Robert Carter, Senior Partner at Taylor Rose Law examined some of the key planks of Jackson’s Final Report and considered whether they would be effective.
Matthew Hoe, Legal Director of Jaggards and Head of Strategy at Taylor Rose Law ended the day with a call to arms to insurers to pro-actively seek implementation of the Jackson recommendations.
Special thanks go to our guest speakers:
- Kevin Westall (Ministry of Justice)
- Dan Cutts (President: FOIL)
- Graham Plumb (AXA Insurance)
- Professor Fenn (Assessor, Jackson Report)