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Archive for June, 2010

Referral fees are not too high, says influential body after 18-month investigation

30.06.10

Profit: no evidence that claims management companies are making too much money There is no reason to reduce the level of the guideline hourly rates (GHR) so as to strip…

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Referral fees are not too high, says influential body after 18-month investigation

Government halts vetting and barring scheme registration

30.06.10

Published Tuesday 22 June 2010 at 17:59 by Natalie Woolman, Stage News. Home Secretary Theresa May has stopped registration for the controversial vetting and barring scheme, designed to protect children…

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Government halts vetting and barring scheme registration

Brick-maker fined £280,000 for crush death

29.06.10

A worker who had only been on site for two weeks, died after his head was crushed while he was clearing a conveyor. Peter Clarke, 47, was working for brick…

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Brick-maker fined £280,000 for crush death

Initial thoughts on the Halliwells Administration

28.06.10

Mark Briegal, Partnership Law Expert at Manchester Solicitors Ralli says, “On a personal level, we are sad for the people affected by this at Halliwells.  It was a well established…

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Initial thoughts on the Halliwells Administration

Dr Ali Dizaei makes renewed conviction appeal

28.06.10

As featured by BBC News, Guardian and Independent. Former Scotland Yard officer to ask panel of judges to reconsider appeal against conviction, which was rejected earlier this month. Dr Ali…

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Dr Ali Dizaei makes renewed conviction appeal

What is Pre-Packaged Administration?

28.06.10

Insolvency law has taken centre stage with the recent economic downturn. When the Scottish-based fashion chain USC was put into administration in late 2008, it sadly appeared to be just…

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What is Pre-Packaged Administration?

Ali Dizaei to renew his appeal against conviction and sentence

25.06.10

Dr Ali Dizaei has instructed Manchester Solicitors Ralli and two QC’s namely Michael Mansfield and Matthew Ryder to renew his appeal against conviction and sentence before the Court of Appeal…

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Ali Dizaei to renew his appeal against conviction and sentence

Day 9: Dowson & Others -v- Chief Constable Northumbria Police

24.06.10

Claimant Gordon Stewart is being cross examined by leading Counsel for Northumbria Police. The cross examination started on Tuesday and should conclude today or tomorrow when Counsel instructed by Ralli…

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Day 9: Dowson & Others -v- Chief Constable Northumbria Police

FSA publishes statement on “have read and understood” declarations

22.06.10

The Financial Services Authority (FSA) has released a statement in relation to the “have read and understood” declarations by consumers. “On 22 January 2009, we published an undertaking by The…

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FSA publishes statement on “have read and understood” declarations

Day 4: Inspector ‘demoted’ after refusing orders

17.06.10

POLICE inspector claimed a senior detective gave him unlawful orders then “demoted” him when he refused to carry them out. The claims were made in the High Court police bullying…

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Day 4: Inspector ‘demoted’ after refusing orders

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