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RPC advises on major cross-border technology acquisition

Published on 13 October 2016

Firm's Corporate team handles European deal for acquisitive US-based Park Place Technologies

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FCA orders banning individuals from financial services recover from their lows

Published on 03 October 2016

FCA had prioritised actions against directors and other senior individuals.

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Take note: HMRC 'nudge' tactics now include sticking handwritten Post-Its on correspondence

Published on 03 September 2016

Another controversial step by HMRC to pressure taxpayers into settlement. HMRC does not record these additional communications with taxpayers.

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Number of forced interviews at the SFO jumps 37%

Published on 15 August 2016

Significant ramp up in activity at the agency.

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Number of FCA dawn raids at its lowest level since the financial crisis

Published on 19 July 2016

60% fall in the number of raids in a year Concern that smaller scale financial crimes are slipping through the net

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Growth of App economy sees Telecoms trade marks up by a third

Published on 11 July 2016

Traditional telecoms companies innovate to remain competitive.

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Sharp rise in solicitor-on-solicitor misconduct complaints to regulator as litigation tactics get tougher

Published on 17 June 2016

There has been a jump in the number of misconduct complaints against solicitors of more than one-third over five years, where the person making the complaint is another professional, says RPC, the City-headquartered professional services firm.

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Commercial drone industry opens up new market for insurers

Published on 13 June 2016

The growth of the commercial drone market is increasing demand for specialist drone insurance, according to leading City-headquartered law firm, RPC.

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RPC recruits international trade disputes specialist Stuart Shepherd

Published on 08 June 2016

RPC recruits international trade disputes specialist Stuart Shepherd

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