No5 Chambers comments on fee reduction in respect of VHCC and litigator fees
David Mason QC, head of No5 Chambers’ criminal group, has said that the government has suspended the introduction of proposed cuts to fees in the Crown Court and that he is deeply concerned about the persistent stance of reducing fees in respect of VHCC fees and litigators’ fees.
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