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    Nick Horton from our Dispute Resolution team speaks to The Times and comments on the rise in court fees.

    Please note, only members who subscribe to The Times can read the article in full, published on the 10 September 2015: Court fee rises: a question of justice

    Nick Horton believes that a change is needed in the attitude to litigation. "The way forward is to see litigation as a project in which a team of people come together and share the risks as well as the fruits of success"

    Please contact Partner and Head of our Dispute Resolution department Nick Horton if you would like to further discuss any of his comments within this article.

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    Our objective is to achieve swift, realistic results in the most cost efficient and risk free manner possible. Our Dispute Resolution team specialise in resolving a wide range of disputes for individuals.  

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