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Two convicted of fake nutrition courses

26 February

Norfolk County Council Trading Standards has successfully prosecuted Katie Hope and Scott Wolfe for fraudulent trading, forgery and money laundering. The Defendants, through their firm “International Distance College”, had duped over 900 people into paying for qualifications that did not exist. The Defendants had claimed that the courses they were offering were expertly written and […]


February’s PLC Column: Default Notices and ‘Doyle’

21 February

In February’s Practical Law lending column Thomas Samuels considers the status of default notices in light of the recent judgment in Doyle v PRA Group (UK) Ltd [2019] EWCA Civ 12. Read the column here.


January’s PLC Column: Claims Management Regulation

04 February

In January’s Practical Law regulated lending column, Lee Finch considers the impact of the FCA taking over responsibility for the regulation of claims management companies, which takes effect on 1 April 2019. The column is available here: Claims Management Regulation