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Archive for March, 2010

RBS Fined £28.6 million for competition law breach

31.03.10

Part-nationalised Royal Bank of Scotland was today fined £28.6 million for breaking competition law after revealing details of its loan prices to rival Barclays. Mark Briegal, Partner and Head of…

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RBS Fined £28.6 million for competition law breach

School children injured in horrendous weather conditions

31.03.10

Four schoolchildren were seriously injured after the bus they were travelling in crashed in ”horrendous” weather conditions on its way to Alton Towers. Richard Biggs, Personal Injury Solicitor at Ralli…

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School children injured in horrendous weather conditions

James Reilly comments on UK’s largest ever compensation award

29.03.10

A passenger left paralysed after a crash has been awarded £11million compensation – the highest personal injury payout in British history.    Wasim Mohammed, from Walsall, West Mids, was involved in…

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James Reilly comments on UK’s largest ever compensation award

Ralli’s Richard Biggs tells the whole story

29.03.10

James Fielding of The Express has today expressed outrage at the rights of prisoners to make injury claims.  He says that  LAW firms that advertise in prison newspapers and encourage…

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Ralli’s Richard Biggs tells the whole story

Unlawful Killing Verdict Given In PC Ian Terry case

25.03.10

A jury at Manchester Coroner’s Court has returned an unlawful killing verdict. This relates to both Pc Terry’s death and the planning and conduct of the exercise. Statement will follow……

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Unlawful Killing Verdict Given In PC Ian Terry case

Line Up with Our Team This Summer

22.03.10

Join the Ralli Business Litigation team for our World Cup extravaganza. Ralli will be hosting a number of World Cup events when you will have the opportunity to meet other…

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Line Up with Our Team This Summer

Law firms turn to banks, not partners, for cash

19.03.10

Alex Spence, Times Online, Friday 16th March 2010 Leading law firms increased borrowing by 40 per cent in response to the financial crisis, despite the sector’s traditional aversion to taking…

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Law firms turn to banks, not partners, for cash

Viacom adds spice to YouTube lawsuit

19.03.10

I read in the Times this morning that Viacom has now alleged that the use of copyrighted material was central to YouTube’s website business model. This of course is in…

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Viacom adds spice to YouTube lawsuit

Facebook says NO to Government backed Panic Button

19.03.10

Ralli’s resident Auntie Gill has her say:- I am not new to Social Media, I started to use Facebook a few years ago when my daughter went to live in…

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Facebook says NO to Government backed Panic Button

Small To Medium Enterprises Baffled By Changes To The Law

18.03.10

By Jennifer Smith, Employment Solicitor, Ralli More than a quarter of small businesses are “vaguely aware” of their legal obligations, according to recent research commissioned by the Department for Business,…

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Small To Medium Enterprises Baffled By Changes To The Law

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