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When to press that panic button…

27.05.10

.The first time I heard the expression “panic button” was around 25 years ago, when I felt unnerved by a reported burglary in my neighbourhood.  Unnerved enough to have an…

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When to press that panic button…

Ralli Keep It Up For Soccer Aid

27.05.10

Ralli supporting Soccer Aid and England’s 2018 World Cup bid. Video featuring Stephen Fox, Stuart Page, David Potts, Jane Probert, Zara Niemand, Andrew Coyne, Ian Hazeldine, Deborah Kirwan, Duncan Clegg,…

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Ralli Keep It Up For Soccer Aid

False identity motoring scam smashed

27.05.10

Neal Keeling, M.E.N, 27.05.10 A nationwide motoring scam has been smashed today after police raids across Greater Manchester. Officers swooped on 11 houses in Tameside and Gorton this morning and…

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False identity motoring scam smashed

Steer clear of ambushing the World Cup, UK businesses warned

27.05.10

With World Cup fever gaining momentum, businesses need to watch out to avoid falling foul of trade mark laws. Fifa, the World Cup organisers, have a stringent licensing programme to…

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Steer clear of ambushing the World Cup, UK businesses warned

British law firms’ love affair with US goes on

27.05.10

Alex Spence, Times Online, 27.05.10 Britain’s legal market is set for another big transatlantic merger after Denton Wilde Sapte (DWS) announced plans for a tie-up with an American firm yesterday. The…

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British law firms’ love affair with US goes on

Health authority denies pressing for hospital sacking

25.05.10

A strategic health authority blamed for pressuring an NHS trust into unfairly sacking its chief executive has denied the allegation. A tribunal ruled John Watkinson was unfairly dismissed as Royal…

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Health authority denies pressing for hospital sacking

EPO court refuses to reconsider software patentability

25.05.10

The European Patent Office’s Enlarged Board of Appeal has refused a request by EPO President Alison Brimelow to clarify the law regarding software patents. In so doing, the Enlarged Board…

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EPO court refuses to reconsider software patentability

Government promises to ban unfair bank charges

24.05.10

The government wants to put an end to unfair bank charges and excessive interest rates on credit cards, it announced today. The Lib-Con coalition said it will introduce measures to…

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Government promises to ban unfair bank charges

Claims begin to filter through RTA claims portal

24.05.10

Low-value road traffic accident personal injury claims sent through a new electronic data exchange launched three weeks ago have begun hitting insurers’ desks this week, figures show. Of the first…

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Claims begin to filter through RTA claims portal

Referral fees do not harm consumers, LSB research shows

24.05.10

There is no evidence that referral fees have caused consumer detriment in either the conveyancing or personal injury market, according to an economic analysis commissioned by the Legal Services Board…

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Referral fees do not harm consumers, LSB research shows

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