The Uk Court cautions that although they received thousands of pages of detailed expert reports on all the issues, there were certain subsidiary issues, such as Complements and Loss of Volume, where there was disproportionate time and money spent on complicated analyses that were less justified. This increases the overall costs of the proceedings and is highly burdensome on the Tribunal. Therefore, the Court urges parties in other similar cases to exercise some restraint and sense of proportion in the preparation of their expert evidence.
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