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Proposed Drug Sentencing Guidelines Under Review

29.03.11

In relation to the proposed sentencing guideline for drugs offences, at the moment is a consultation exercise and unfortunately it would be very difficult to put the professional consultation document…

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Proposed Drug Sentencing Guidelines Under Review

Injured Parties Most Likely To Suffer Under ‘No-Win, No-Fee’ Reforms

29.03.11

The proposed changes with regard to abolition of success fees and payment of costs out of damages will benefit no one but the insurance industry. The same are, to my…

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Injured Parties Most Likely To Suffer Under ‘No-Win, No-Fee’ Reforms

Say Goodbye to CBIT

22.03.11

As from tomorrow, 23rd March 2011, the CBIT will officially use its full name The Child Brain Injury Trust and will launch their brand new image at the No Limits…

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Say Goodbye to CBIT

Media C.A.T. Limited v Adams and Others

21.03.11

http://www.bailii.org/ew/cases/EWPCC/2011/6.html

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Media C.A.T. Limited v Adams and Others

Prosecution of fire alarm contractor abandoned at Crown Court

21.03.11

A prosecution of a fire alarm contractor which followed a fatal fire in an HMO was dropped last week before it was due to be tried at Preston Crown Court….

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Prosecution of fire alarm contractor abandoned at Crown Court

Royal Wedding, will thou be copyright infringed?

17.03.11

It’s April 29th, you have taken three days off and received eleven in return, your feet are up and you’re just about tune into one of the most momentous events…

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Royal Wedding, will thou be copyright infringed?

Consumer Focus/DEAPPG Event – ACS:Law and the deact

15.03.11

The House of Commons, the Wilson Room, Tuesday 22nd March 4.00-6.00pm This is a roundtable event open to members of the public. Reception to follow. The Panel includes: Michael Forrester of…

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Consumer Focus/DEAPPG Event – ACS:Law and the deact

Insurers must do more to tackle fraudulent injury claims and make ‘referral’ fees transparent

14.03.11

Fraud is one of the main factors driving up the cost of motor insurance, says the cross party transport committee at the House of Commons. Wider access to justice should…

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Insurers must do more to tackle fraudulent injury claims and make ‘referral’ fees transparent

‘Offensive’ Manchester United sticker leaves fan in hot water

09.03.11

It was reported by the Guardian today that a Manchester United fan was told by police she faced legal action unless she removed part of a car sticker which teased Manchester City….

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‘Offensive’ Manchester United sticker leaves fan in hot water

Is it fair for Legal Expense Insurers to dictate who represents their customers?

09.03.11

Linda Lee of the Law Society commented today that “current legislation provides that where an individual becomes engaged in litigation, they are entitled to a free choice of lawyer”. She…

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Is it fair for Legal Expense Insurers to dictate who represents their customers?

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