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RPC | United Kingdom | 16 Jun 2011

National Crime Agency: an FBI for the UK?

The recent speculation that the SFO would be wound up (as discussed in my earlier blog) has somewhat over-shadowed the plans for a National Crime Agency (NCA).

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RPC | USA | 5 Jul 2010

The end of "f-cubed" claims

On 24 June 2010, in a historic decision, the US Supreme Court swept away four decades of case law and categorically rejected a highly vexatious species of class action litigation, namely "f-cubed" securities law suits.

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RPC | USA | 29 Jun 2010

US Supreme Court judgment will reduce size of class-action claims against companies

A US Supreme Court judgment will limit the ability of foreign investors to use the US legal system to sue companies and their directors, says City law firm Reynolds Porter Chamberlain LLP (RPC) at a conference today (June 29 2010).

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