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Nicola Laver

Editor, Solicitors Journal




Manchester-based Just Costs Solicitors has gone into administration, according to reports, with rescue and recovery firm Leonard Curtis appointed as administrators. Just Costs, which was first set up in 2006, was the first firm to focus solely on costs. It was founded by Paul Shenton, with Jodi Booth and Adam Quinn as directors. It became an ABS in 2013 and went into a first administration in 2017 in the wake of the Jackson reforms, and rescued as part of a pre-pack deal. Quinn and Booth have stepped down as directors of the business according to Companies House filings, and staff have been made redundant. 28 January 2019