Tough conditions

McNeil, Paul
October 2005
Lawyer;10/10/2005, Vol. 19 Issue 39, p26
Trade Publication
Comments on the demanding technical requirements of the Conditional Fee Agreements (CFA) Regulations in Great Britain. Debate over the legality of CFAs; Controversy concerning the CFA Regulations 2000 which allowed the claimant to recover success fees from the defendants; British government's introduction of CFAs in 1995 as a counter-balance to the abolition of legal aid in personal injury cases.


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