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CPRCCytotechnology Programs Review Committee (American Society of Cytopathology)
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CPRCChild Policy Research Center (Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center; Ohio; est. 1999)
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CPRCConsumer Plumbing Recovery Center, Inc. (Plano, TX, USA)
CPRCCentral Polish Relief Committee
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CPRCChild Protection Rights Centre
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"The compensation culture has penalised the honest majority for too long." The Civil Procedure Rule Committee, responsible for setting rules on legal costs, will urgently review the costs of holiday claims.
Ed reported to the July meeting of the Civil Procedure Rule Committee, chaired by Lord Dyson MR and Lord Justice Richards, and received broad backing for the reforms proposed by his sub-committee, comprising Lord Justice Sales, one other barrister and two solicitors.