Lawyers fighting for compensation for alleged victims of Jimmy Savile were today at the High Court.
A judge was hearing submissions at a private hearing in London.
The hearing before Mr Justice Sales and listed as "A v B" is understood to relate to money left in Savile's will.
Liz Dux, a solicitor with law firm from Slater & Gordon - which is representing alleged victims, said outside court that the hearing was "important".
"It is not about amounts or cold hard cash but redress. The victims suffered some horrific abuse, often in silence," she said.
"It is right and proper that their suffering is now recognised.
"I urge everyone involved in the process to make it as smooth and pain-free as possible in order to guard against any further suffering."