Part 36 Update 2019


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This is a Level 3: Team Leader / Supervisor Practitioner webinar

This webinar will help our delegates catch up on the latest Part 36 developments by offering a detailed look at all the key decisions that took place over the last 12 months.

After watching our Webinar you will have learnt:

  • The rules and recent decisions on the test for injustice in Part 36
  • The relationship between fixed costs and Costs under CPR 36
  • The latest application of the discretion on costs in recent key decisions
  • The cost consequences of late acceptance of the defendants Part 36 offer
  • The possible relevance of the circumstances that would make a Part 36 offer invalid
  • The circumstances in which a Claimant might be entitled to enhanced interest
  • The circumstances relevant to whether there has been a valid acceptance of a Part 36 offer
  • The circumstances relevant where a Part 36 offer is made in error

We will be discussing: 

  • Part 36 offers on Costs-what is “Unjust”-10% uplift
  • Fixed Costs and Part 36 consequences
  • Late Acceptance –Cost consequences-Latest decisions
  • Withdrawn Offers?
  • Invalid Part 36 Offers-claims and counterclaims
  • Benefits for Claimants-enhanced interest
  • Part 36 Offers-definitions
  • Interest-enhancements?
  • Injustice Test ?
  • Late acceptance
  • Valid acceptance
  • Defendants indemnity costs?
  • Mistake- Offers made in error

Book this Webinar if you want to be able to:

  • Make decisions on the likely application of the rule on injustice in CPR 36
  • Advise Claimants on the likely costs consequences where fixed costs and CPR 36 cost consequences may apply
  • Make realistic assessment of the relevant factors influencing the court’s decision on costs where a Part 36 offer has been withdrawn
  • Advise the Claimant on the likelihood of an entitlement to enhanced interest
  • Assess the factors that may make a defendants offer invalid and advise.
  • Apply knowledge of recent key decisions on the exercise of the Part 36 costs discretion to advise Claimants on the costs consequences of late acceptance
  • Assess whether there has been valid acceptance of a Part 36 offer
  • Assess the consequences of Part 36 offers made in error


This webinar is now available as a recording and you can access it whenever you wish. The recording link can be accessed for a whole year after the initial presentation. Our delegates will also receive the power point presentation slides used by our trainer during the webinar presentation.

Your Trainer:

Part 36 Update 2019Nicky Carter is a self-employed Solicitor and Legal Trainer and has been delivering training for us since 2010.



Prices for MASS Members are £75 for a single view and £150 for a group view

Prices for Non Members are £95 for a single view and £190 for a group view

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