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Stephen Keogh Stephen Keogh, managing partner and commercial solicitor at Keating Connolly Sellors, writes on compensation under section 212 of the Companies Act 2014.

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The title of this book refers to an incident in April 1945. In response to the denial by SS Guards that there were any Anglo-American prisoners being held at Ravensbrück concentration camp, Mary Lindell, the subject of what might be loosely termed a biography, bravely stepped forward and produced a

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Brian Morgan In his article, The – “WHISTLEBLOWERS” - Protected Disclosures Act 2014 – For Good or for Bad?, Brian Morgan, litigation and employment law solicitor with Morgan McManus Solicitors, explains the provisions of the Protected Disclosure Act 2014, opining that it can be used for goo

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The Ruler's Guide by Chinghua Tang In 626CE Li Shimin murdered his brothers and forced his father to abdicate the throne of China’s nascent Tang dynasty, ushering in the country’s golden age and becoming Emperor Tang Taizong, the greatest of China’s Sons of Heaven.

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In the first of The Bar of Northern Ireland's new Spotlight on the Young Bar series, James Dillon BL writes on very extraordinary court procedures. Rolf Harris participated in his most recent trial via live link due to his poor health and advanced age (86). While Mr Harris did not give evidence, His

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Brian Morgan In his article, The – “WHISTLEBLOWERS” - Protected Disclosures Act 2014 – For Good or for Bad?, Brian Morgan, litigation and employment law solicitor with Morgan McManus Solicitors, explains the provisions of the Protected Disclosure Act 2014, opining that it can be used for goo

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