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certain to end in failure and disappointment

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He said: "Conditional fees, or no-win, no-fee arrangements, currently provide the only means to obtain justice for victims for whom the NHS redress process hasn''t delivered fair compensation, since the Government has reduced access to legal aid.
Justice Minister Jonathan Djanogly said the no-win, no-fee system was "pushing us into a compensation culture in which middle men make a tidy profit which the rest of us end up paying for through higher insurance premiums and higher prices".
The Government is proposing to cap success fees - which compensate solicitors for the risk of taking on no-win no-fee cases - at 25% of compensation and will be taken from an accident victim's damages rather than from the losing defendant as at present.
New Delhi, March 30 (ANI): India on Monday proved that it is a side very keen to acquire champion status by converting a no-win situation into a very creditable draw on the fifth and final day of the second Test against New Zealand at the MaClean Park in Napier.
Fukui, a highly admired policymaker seen as unusually capable, faces a no-win situation.
Perhaps I should, for the Accident Relief Campaign, claims this small addition to bills inflicted on 24 million drivers is a rip-off worth pounds 370m a year - while the cover itself is of little use because personal injury claims are invariably handled on a no-win, no-pay basis.
Themes of friendship, peer pressure, and family are woven throughout the main plot as Kelsey tries to find a graceful exit from a no-win situation.
A recent American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) report suggests that it's closer to a no-win deal, resulting in less privacy and precious little added security.
Unauthorized procedures caused a no-win situation during this sortie.
The irritated consumers blame no-win competition on merchandise sameness and greed.
The CEO countered anyhow and walked right into a no-win situation.
The estate could then find itself in a no-win situation.
Will he pay off the AFL-CIO by getting involved in an unnecessary, no-win battle over Section 14(b) of the Taft-Hartley Act, which authorizes state Right to Work laws?