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RPC retains 79% of Trainees in latest UK intake

Published on 11 August 2015

City-headquartered law firm RPC has retained 79% of Trainees who are set to qualify in September 2015, meaning 15 of the 19 Trainees who applied to qualify at the firm in the UK have taken up NQ positions.

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Court of Appeal ruling ‘provides vital clarity for insurers’

Published on 23 July 2015

The decision by the Court of Appeal in Milton Furniture v Brit Insurance Limited (now known as RiverStone Insurance Limited) gives welcome guidance on the meaning of "unattended" in the context of commercial premises, says RPC, the City-headquartered law firm.

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RPC lends support to Lloyd's Diversity & Inclusion Festival

Published on 21 July 2015

City-headquartered law firm RPC will be supporting Lloyd's of London's first ever market-wide diversity & inclusion collaboration.

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RPC Consulting acquires software and consultancy business Marriott Sinclair

Published on 20 July 2015

RPC Consulting has acquired UK-based software and consultancy business, Marriott Sinclair.

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RPC continues impressive performance with strong double-digit revenue and profit growth for FY15

Published on 02 July 2015

City-headquartered law firm RPC has posted a 17% rise in profit against a 12% revenue increase for financial year 2015.

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Disputes over intellectual property heard by ECJ jump 60% in a year

Published on 22 June 2015

An increased determination by businesses to protect their intellectual property (IP) assets has led to a sharp rise in the number of IP cases being heard by the European Court of Justice (ECJ) in the last year says City-headquartered law firm RPC.

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Government drive for ‘Pensions Freedom’ leaving providers stuck between a rock and a hard place

Published on 22 June 2015

George Osborne’s announcement of an investigation into the barriers preventing consumers from taking advantage of the new ‘pensions freedom’ regime may leave providers struggling to balance the Treasury’s drive for flexibility with the Financial Conduct Authority's (FCA’s) prioritisation of consumer protection.

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HMRC pay to informants hits record high

Published on 15 June 2015

Payments made by HMRC to informants have hit a record high in the past year*, reaching £605,000, up from £402,000 in the previous year, according to City-headquartered law firm, RPC.

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RPC takes lead role on RFIB sale to Calera

Published on 02 June 2015

City-headquartered law firm RPC has taken a lead role acting for international Lloyd's insurance and reinsurance broker RFIB Holdings Limited (RFIB) on its sale to US-based private investment firm Calera Capital.

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