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PII News 15 September 2016

Reynolds Colman Bradley LLP News – 15 September 2016

Law Firm Comparison Sites should be given access to firms’ claims history

Paul Philip, Chief Executive of the Solicitors Regulation Authority, has said that the SRA will seek a longer-term strategic solution to help consumers choose solicitors. 471 more words

PII News 8 September 2016

Reynolds Colman Bradley LLP News – 8 September 2016

Coutts face being sued as promoters of ineffective tax avoidance scheme

Ingenious Games LLP -v- Revenue & Customs Commissioners… 547 more words

PII News 1 September 2016

Reynolds Colman Bradley LLP News – 1 September 2016

Mid-market law firms are being urged to merge with accountancy practices

Arden Partners, stockbrokers, recently published a report which warns mid-market law firms that they must look to merge with accountancy firms to form multi-disciplinary practices (alternative business structures) if they are to have any hope of surviving against the expanding Big Four accountancy firms (PwC, Deloitte, EY, KPMG) and Magic Circle Law Firms. 403 more words

Reynolds Colman Bradley News – Thursday 25 August 2016

Judgments against businesses fall following 2015 increase in court fees

Figures show that the number of county court judgments against businesses in England and Wales in the first half of 2016 represents a 19% fall compared to the same period of 2015. 569 more words

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Reynolds Colman Bradley LLP – News – 28 July 2016
ICAEW applies to regulate more reserved legal activities

The ICAEW has submitted an application to the Legal Services Board to become an approved regulator and licensing authority for five more reserved legal activities in relation to tax work. 514 more words

DUI - Accident Report Privilege

An interesting case was released out of the 9th circuit recently (Orange County, Florida) that dealt with a DUI Motion to Suppress regarding the Accident Report Privilege. 713 more words

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Privacy and Punis

Just last month, a Florida state court jury awarded ex-wrestler Hulk Hogan $115 million in compensatory damages against Gawker for having posted a sex tape of Hogan and his friend’s wife “getting it on.” In addition to compensatory damages, Hogan was awarded $25.1 million in punitive damages against Gawker, its CEO, and editor-in-chief individually. 884 more words

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