Justice minister Djanogly has private dick problems


Friday, September 10, 2010

Justice Minister Jonathan Djanogly said he acted in a bid to find the source of "malicious" press allegations made about him, but conceded he may have overreacted. He spoke after the Daily Telegraph obtained a copy of the report prepared by Morris Chase International in 2009. Mr. Djanogly is the Minister who is in charge ...

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Golf and divorce


Thursday, September 9, 2010

I play golf and to be honest I am pretty obsessed by the stupid game, so much so that if l can't play I get very grumpy and am a pain in the rear to my loving family. I Find golf the perfect antidote to my fairly stressful life regardless how I play and I am ...

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Lawyer faces being struck off for pretending to be client’s dead wife


Wednesday, September 8, 2010

In what could be a first, an Arizona lawyer may face disciplinary action after an investigation found that she told a client she was channeling ( pretending to be) his dead wife, then lied about it during an unrelated disciplinary proceeding. An Arizona Supreme Court hearing officer recently filed a report on ...

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Court Fees may go up again in 2011


Monday, September 6, 2010

The recent court fee increase in civil and family law cases of 14% may just be the tip of the iceberg as the coalition continue to review court fees in the Public Spending review. The government says the fee increases are based on the rate of inflation since the date of the last increase, which ...

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Cheryl Cole gets her divorce but it aint no quickie


Friday, September 3, 2010

Image by twinkleboi via Flickr It appears that Mr and Mrs Ashely Cole will reach the first step in the finalisation of their divorce today when the decree nisi is pronounced in the High Court today. it may be that it is actually only the issue of the Certificate of Entitlement to a decree ...

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ASA gets new powers to regulate the web..and about time


Wednesday, September 1, 2010

The Advertising Standards Authority (ASA) is extending its remit to cover the online realm. It means that online marketing and ads will, from 1 March 2011, be subject to the same strict advertising rules as traditional media. The ASA will also have the power to ban marketing statements on social networks such as Facebook and Twitter Last year ...

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