On the 27th July the Court of Appeal issued a very important judgment highlighting the
Costs implications of bringing proceedings in the High Court where the proceedings should
ordinarily have been brought in the Circuit Court. The Judgment acts as a stern warning to
any Plaintiff who issues High Court proceedings where they should have issued
proceedings in the Circuit Court. In particular the Judgment addresses the circumstances
where the making of costs differential orders against such Plaintiffs can and should be
made by trial judges.

Read the full summary here