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08 MAR 2012

Wright Hassall v Morris [2012] EWHC 188 (Ch) (Chancery Division, His Honour Judge David Cooke, 9 February 2012)

The court was required to determine whether the defendant administrator (M) was personally liable to the claimant solicitors' firm (W).
A firm of solicitors had acted under a CFA on behalf of two companies in administration. After not being paid, it later sued for its fees, naming the administrator as the defendant and costs were ordered.


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