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Vacancy: Crime Duty Solicitor with 5 yrs PQE

31.10.11

Job Title: SolicitorDepartment: Crime & RegulatoryReporting to: Head of CrimeResponsibilities & Duties 1. to attend Duty Solicitor call-outs; 2. to attend Police Station call-outs; 3. to attend day time Duty…

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Vacancy: Crime Duty Solicitor with 5 yrs PQE

Knife Crime Teenagers May Face Mandatory Jail Sentences

27.10.11

Stuart Page – Associate Any measures to decrease the level of dangerous offending are to be welcomed. In relation to adult offenders the sentencing measures are quite clear and have…

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Knife Crime Teenagers May Face Mandatory Jail Sentences

Carlos Tevez May Sue Roberto Mancini Over Comments

26.10.11

Michael Forrester – Intellectual Property & Media Solicitor It will be interesting to see the basis of this case if brought by Carlos Tevez. Defamation is actionable when an untrue…

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Carlos Tevez May Sue Roberto Mancini Over Comments

Leaked Tory Report Suggests Unfair Dismissal May Be Scrapped

26.10.11

Frances Nash – Trainee Solicitor A leaked report commissioned by the Conservative Party suggests that the right for employees to claim that they have been unfairly dismissed should be scrapped….

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Leaked Tory Report Suggests Unfair Dismissal May Be Scrapped

Fox Says…

20.10.11

Do criminals suddenly stop committing offences when they go to Spain? Given that the Spanish authorities know who they are, should not the Spanish police be keeping a close watch…

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Fox Says…

Joey Barton – Twitter’s Good Boy

18.10.11

Gill Nuttall – PR & Marketing Manager Yesterday, I followed a lot of the Commons debate on Hillsborough via Twitter.  It was useful to follow certain people and pick out some of…

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Joey Barton – Twitter’s Good Boy

‘Death Sentence’ as NICE rejects skin cancer drug use

14.10.11

A new drug to extend the lives of people with advanced skin cancer is not suitable for use on the NHS, according to draft guidance. The National Institute for Health…

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‘Death Sentence’ as NICE rejects skin cancer drug use

Golden Eye copyright infringement claims fail to convince court

12.10.11

by Dinah Greek, ComputerActive Another company sending letters demanding money from people it has accused of illegal file sharing has been hauled in front of the Patents Court. The company,…

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Golden Eye copyright infringement claims fail to convince court

Charge set to be imposed for employment tribunal claims

07.10.11

The Chancellor has announced that the government plans to introduce a charge for taking a case to an employment tribunal, which litigants get back if they win their case. Mr…

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Charge set to be imposed for employment tribunal claims

Meet our iSolicitors team at the Salford Business Expo

06.10.11

Ralli’s iSolicitors team will be attending the first Salford Business Expo which will take place on Friday 14th October 2011, 9:00am-5:00pm, at the Worsley Park, A Marriott Hotel & Country…

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Meet our iSolicitors team at the Salford Business Expo

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