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Archive for March, 2009

Google Street View raises privacy concerns

31.03.09

Google has stirred up complaints of invasion of privacy in the UK after the release of is Street View facility on Google maps yesterday. Users can now access 360-degree views…

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Google Street View raises privacy concerns

New healthcare watchdog to oversee social care

31.03.09

All primary healthcare providers will have to register with the new watchdog overseeing social care and conform with a single set of standards, the government has confirmed. Responding to a…

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New healthcare watchdog to oversee social care

Wealthy investors sue Queen’s bankers

30.03.09

MORE than 500 of the richest people in Britain are planning legal action against Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) for losses of more than £200m from investments through Coutts, the…

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Wealthy investors sue Queen’s bankers

Cyclists riding with no helmet could still be blamed

26.03.09

Cyclists who fail to wear a helmet could be blamed if they are injured and receive less compensation – even if an accident was not their fault. A recent High…

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Cyclists riding with no helmet could still be blamed

A new battle for popeye

26.03.09

Although Popeye’s copyright expired in January this year, it doesn’t mean that the cartoon figure is free for us to use, as IP and Media expert at Ralli, Steve Kuncewicz,…

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A new battle for popeye

Help for victims of unprovoked assualts

25.03.09

Associate at Ralli, James Reilly, explains the ways in which victims of an assault can receive compensation for their injuries. In cases where someone is the victim of an unprovoked…

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Help for victims of unprovoked assualts

World Intellectual Property Day

23.03.09

Sunday 26th April is World Intellectual Property Day. On World Intellectual Property Day this year, the WIPO (World Intellectual Property Organization) focus on celebrating innovation and promoting respect for intellectual property.  Promotional materials…

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World Intellectual Property Day

Statistics reveal a 43 per cent rise in tribunal claims

23.03.09

The much awaited statistics for the Employment Tribunal Service and the EAT in Great Britain have been published by the Tribunals Service. Six months late, the statistics for the period…

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Statistics reveal a 43 per cent rise in tribunal claims

Man impaled by wood and nearly killed fights for compensation

18.03.09

AN Edwinstowe worker who suffered life-threatening injuries when he was impaled by a piece of wood is seeking compensation from his previous employers. Terry O’Hare was working as a trainee…

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Man impaled by wood and nearly killed fights for compensation

Family of crash injury boy in fight for compensation

17.03.09

THE family of an 11-year-old boy brain damaged after a coach crash are no closer to receiving a £1.2million compensation payout. Benjamin Eeles, from Brightlingsea, suffered severe head injuries on…

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Family of crash injury boy in fight for compensation

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