Gloster J clarified part of her judgment (see October 2007 Insurance Update) at the request of the parties. The scope of the notification which had been effective had covered not merely claims arising out of the two particular cases but rather all claims arising out of procedural difficulties exemplified by those discounted option schemes. That conclusion had been consistent with the manner in which the underwriters had argued the issue throughout the trial. She awarded costs to the defendant underwriters, but she allowed Kidsons to recover their costs of dealing with two discrete issues abandoned by the defendants just before trial (HLB Kidsons v Lloyds Underwriters).