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Archive for July, 2010

58% more claims managers in last two years, but they aid access to justice, says report

28.07.10

by Neil Rose, LegalFutures.co.uk Claims management companies (CMCs) have delivered access to justice, and are the symptom, not the cause, of an increase in personal injury (PI) claims, a major…

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58% more claims managers in last two years, but they aid access to justice, says report

Government set to axe The Strategic Advisory Board for Intellectual Property Policy

27.07.10

The government is to axe four business quangos, which cost more than £8.6m a year to run, as part of its post-election cull of the public sector. Business secretary Vince…

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Government set to axe The Strategic Advisory Board for Intellectual Property Policy

Jackson Review Statement : Reform of Civil Litigation Funding Arrangements

26.07.10

WRITTEN MINISTERIAL STATEMENT MINISTRY OF JUSTICE Reform of Civil Litigation Funding Arrangements Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State for Justice (Jonathan Djanogly MP): I am today announcing the Government’s intention to consult…

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Jackson Review Statement : Reform of Civil Litigation Funding Arrangements

The government’s health and safety tsar backs the Jackson review

23.07.10

Lord Young of Graffham, who has been commissioned by prime minister David Cameron to tackle the growth of ‘compensation culture’ as part of a wider-ranging review of health and safety…

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The government’s health and safety tsar backs the Jackson review

Day 26: Closing submissions to be given

19.07.10

Closing submissions are to be given by both parties in the case of Dowson & Others -v- The Chief Constable of Northumbria Police on Tuesday 20th July and Wednesday 21st…

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Day 26: Closing submissions to be given

Council has to pay crash victim over uncut hedge over uncut hedge

14.07.10

by Mark Blunden, London Evening Standard. Ralli Partner Victoria Johnson represented the claimant Pervin Yetkin. A pedestrian who suffered life-threatening injuries in a road accident has won the right to…

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Council has to pay crash victim over uncut hedge over uncut hedge

JK versus AJ – JK Rowling’s publishers in court

14.07.10

Keith Arrowsmith, Partner and Head of Intellectual Property and Media at Ralli says:  “JK Rowling’s US publishers are being sued by the estate of Adrian Jacobs, the author of “The…

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JK versus AJ – JK Rowling’s publishers in court

Ralli focuses on media with appointment of new partner

12.07.10

Ralli is strengthening its media department with the appointment of a new partner. Keith Arrowsmith, who was previously a partner at London firm Sprecher Grier Halberstam, specialises in intellectual property…

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Ralli focuses on media with appointment of new partner

Using your supplier’s trademarks in your Adword Campaign

09.07.10

Keith Arrowsmith, Partner and head of Ralli’s Intellectual Property department has this to say:- This week, the European Court of Justice has provided some much needed guidance on the use of…

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Using your supplier’s trademarks in your Adword Campaign

Plans to exempt emergency services from health and safety rules

08.07.10

The Fire Brigades Union (FBU) has raised concerns at suggestions that Lord Young’s forthcoming review will advocate that all emergency services should be exempt from health and safety regulations. The…

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Plans to exempt emergency services from health and safety rules

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