The Imperfect Union….

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The Imperfect Union So after all as I predicted sometime back, the President comfortably won the election. Much has been said on the internet and TV channels about way back for the Republican Party. I was astonished to hear a leading Republican on News Night last night. claim that this was still relatively successful results for them,for they had only …

The most Sophisticated Electorate in action today

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The US at long last is electing its next President. We the outsiders are always in awe at the amount exposure this election has around the world and the money the candidates spend. They, the Americans are allegedly the most, demanding and sophisticated electorates in the democartic jurisdictions. Lets hope they see, what we, on the out side see, that …

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Big City Firm is no guarantee for honesty and trust

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This guy, Christopher Grierson was big chief at Hoggan Lovell, a law firm. He had been stealing clients money despite drawing salary as a long standing partner at a world famous wealthy city law firm. He was found out. He lost his job, was charged for theft and went to jail. Our regulatory body has struck his name off the …

Another one bites the dust….

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I suppose the critics are out celebrating and enjoying the Conservative’ s embarrassment. But we would admire the opposition and the critics more if they, themselves are consistent in their own personal and professional lives. http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-politics-20013909

Even the rich and famous can have their solicitor’s costs on a No-Win-No-Fee basis…

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  Boris Abramovich Berezovsky v Roman Arkadievich Abromovich v Hine and Ors (2012)     It was needed to be established whether Mr Berezovsky held an interest in 2 companies which amounted to a value of in excess of $5.6 billion before he fled fromRussiatoFrancein 2000.   This case, despite its enormous value and complexity, was handled on a no-win-no-fee …