What Is QOCS - Goodge Law

What is Qualified One-Way Costs Shifting – QOCS?

Qualified One-Way Costs Shifting (QOCS) was introduced for all personal injury claims from 1 April 2013. QOCS dictates that a successful defendant cannot recover his or her costs from the losing claimant, except in a...

No Win No Fee Regulations LBC Interview, Goodge Law

Changes to the No Win No Fee regulations

Mike Greenstein, from Goodge Law, is regularly asked to give expert analysis on LBC Radio. He was recently interviewed by Clive Bull from LBC where they discussed the impact of the Government's new changes to the 'No Win No Fee' regulations and how this will impact personal injury claimants.

No Win No Fee Agreement Changes - Goodge Law

Proposed changes to the no win-no fee agreement

The Government is concerned about the perceived increase in the compensation culture and doesn’t want us to become like the States. However, statistics show that we don’t have a compensation culture – just the perception...

No Win No Fee Agreements - Goodge Law

No Win No Fee agreements in Personal Injury Claims

In the UK, a Conditional Fee Agreement describes the agreement made between a law firm and their clients where the law firm acts on behalf of the client and is only paid if the outcome...