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Complex fraud and costs

29 September 2014By David Green

The Serious Fraud Office works hard to tackle fraud – and cases are not declined for financial reasons.

CPS handles fraud well

29 September 2014By Andrew Penhale

The service works to deliver results and the public should have confidence in it.

Paul Chinnery – a great loss

29 September 2014By Tom Mockridge

In-house lawyer made a major contribution to the UK’s media landscape.

An exorcism of safeguards

29 September 2014By Hans Dieter Kehler

I am forced to concede that the New Justice movement has achieved its final goal.

MH370 claims

29 September 2014By Kevin O’Riordan

Are any English solicitors dealing with claims related to those who went missing on MH370?

Quaint sign of the times

29 September 2014By Charles Broomer

Getting permission to place a sign outside the office used to be a drawn-out process.

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