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Ascensus has announced it has agreed to acquire Wrangle, a provider of health & welfare Form 5500 preparation and related ERISA compliance services, the company said.
THE "angel" who ended up in a bitter legal wrangle after raising PS330,000 for a mugging victim admits: "There are days I wish I never got involved."
WRANGLE The reason for the years of delay are not all that clear.
A MARRIED couple could be separated over a visa wrangle.
ANY potential sale of Brandon Stadium could be subject to a legal wrangle with Her Majesty's Revenue & Customs.
Bitter Amer land wrangle reopens A BITTER 20-year wrangle over land owned by millionaire Charles Amer had reopened.
But he decided against launching a legal challenge which would drag out the wrangle.
ONCE again we read about bangle wrangle Sarika Singh and now how the mother feels let down by Aberdare Girls' School for not getting an apology.
A replacement pool planned for nearby has been delayed in a wrangle over a development site.
A long-term patient of the Penetanguishene Mental Health Centre, Christian Herbert Harold Magee brought the Centre into a legal wrangle with the Ontario Review Board.
A distinct part of the pain of reading Bellow for me is seeing how his novels wrangle with and reject the idea that educating women could improve their minds.
The owner, British Telecom, is locked in a wrangle over a lease with a former tenant, preventing it being sold or let but after action by Alnwick mayor, Gordon Castle, BT has said it will disposed of as soon as the legal wrangle is over, either for occupancy, renovation or demolition.