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Joseph Anthony Mele, 30, of Ventura pleaded no contest to multiple felony counts including grand theft by false pretenses, theft from an elder and...

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The German government abolished the three-year waiting period for an individual to move from state-regulated health insurance to private health insurance. This has lead to...

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The Law Society has told the Government that its proposals to increase the small claims limit in personal injury cases stem from propaganda, generated...

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The combination of the consultation by the Ministry of Justice (MoJ) on law firm cost recoveries and the impact of Legal Aid, Sentencing and...

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AXA has welcomed the guidance provided by the Court of Appeal in its Judgment issued in the agreed set of 'test cases' in which...

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Case proceedings were issued following a staged road traffic collision between a minibus and car, all at full capacity, resulting in 19 personal injury...

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Today’s decision by the Court of Appeal to revise its original decision in the case of Simmons v Castle is good news for consumers,...

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The Financial Services Authority (FSA) has fined Peter Cummings £500,000 and banned him from holding any senior position in a UK bank, building society,...

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The Law Society’s call for the Solicitors Regulation Authority to extend a scheme that provides solicitors’ professional indemnity insurance (PII) post -six year run-off...

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The FSA has fined two individuals in the latest update of the Greenlight Capital insider trading case. Alexander Ten-Holter and Casper Agnew were both...

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Three individuals have been arrested on suspicion of selling fake Groupama insurance policies. The arrests come after a six month long investigation led by Groupama....

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Hospitals are being told to remove a number of advertisments featured in NHS leaflets issued to patients. The ads, which promote 'no win, no fee'...

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A dispute between Britain's largest private medical insurance provider and private hospital group has been resolved, after both parties signed a three year agreement...

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Former police detectives now working for Hastings Direct have used forensics information to help convict a 41 year old teacher of insurance fraud. After a...

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The RBS has responded to the FSA's £2.17 million fine on two of it's subsidiaries, saying they acknowledged their failings and are “disappointed” that...

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Direct Line and Churchill Insurance, both subsidiaries of the Royal Bank of Scotland, have copped £2.17 million in fines from the FSA for altering...

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With the recent surge in interest for telematicts technology, disputes have begun to emerge over the ownership of the data the devices produce. To nip...

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Multiple arrests, a criminal investigation and a nationwide car insurance scam - these are just three of the many things the Insurance Fraud Enforcement...

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More than £2 billion of fraud was reported last year, the largest amount ever according to the BDO's 2011 FraudTrack report. This is a 50%...

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The Insurance Fraud Enforcement Department hit the ground running in their debut week, making their first arrest on Tuesday afternoon on a fraudster in...