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Oksana Hudson

Senior Associate

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Oksana Hudson

Oksana Hudson

Senior Associate

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Oksana Hudson

Oksana Hudson

Senior Associate

Oksana is a Senior Associate in the Manchester office and has over 10 years experience in all areas of costs litigation. She works closely with insurers and public sector organisations advising on strategies and products which have achieved significant indemnity savings.

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Profile & Experience

Oksana is a Senior Associate in the Manchester office and has over 10 years experience in all areas of costs litigation. She works closely with insurers and public sector organisations advising on strategies and products which have achieved significant indemnity savings.

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Oksana deals with a wide range of costs claims and her instructions include catastrophic personal injury claims, industrial disease, aviation claims, civil claims against police forces and medical negligence claims.

She also has a great depth of knowledge in fixed costs cases and technical challenges which often arise. 

As part of her practice, Oksana closely works with a number of the teams at Clyde and Co providing strategic guidance in relation to CPR rules relevant to costs litigation and case law. She regularly delivers training seminars to both fee earners and external clients. Oksana often receives positive feedback from clients for excellent results and robust yet pragmatic approach to litigation.

 
Experience

Recently successfully settled a severe brain injury claim saving the client circa £200,000 on reserve

Obtained a six figure saving for client on the public liability claim following an overseas accident in a hotel. Successfully argued complex issues surrounding CFA retainer and indemnity principle

Helped to develop a Costs Calculator to enable fee earners and external clients to calculate correct fixed costs and recoverable disbursements

Successfully limited a number of claims to MOJ costs at assessment where third party solicitors failed to comply with the pre-action protocol

Successfully argued that CPR 45 Part II applied to a claim which was excluded from the portal and limited the claimant to predictive costs

Sectors

Sectors

  • Casualty

  • Insurance & Reinsurance

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