French justice minister sacked in terror clampdown row

French justice minister sacked in terror clampdown row Christiane Taubira departs over row on stripping of nationality. See Original Short article Powered by Powered by Powered by SFO safeguards Libor prosecutions after five acquitted Sixth previous trader waits for jury’s decision. See Original Article Law Society details 2020 vision...

I Remember: I was the 'stupid kid'

I Remember: I was the '' dumb kid ' Maybe a more common word now days called dyslexia was the problem, although I am not exactly sure it even had a name back then. Dyslexia, a reading …See Initial Article Powered by Powered by Powered by 10 pointers for...

Montclair BOE meeting looks at special education

Montclair BOE conference looks at unique education Mithaug said the district has done just the state-mandated training for teachers to understand dyslexia, but she is pursuing efforts such as …See Initial Article Powered by Powered by Powered by Australia Day 2016: Author Jackie French gets award for promoting literacy...

Bitcoin technology heralds ‘smart contracts’ era

Bitcoin technology heralds ‘smart contracts’ age ‘Distributed ledger innovation’ provides the potential to minimize fraud, corruption and the expense of paper-intensive processes, states government’s chief clinical adviser.See OriginalShort article Powered by Powered by Powered by SRA publishes customer credit toolkit Designed to assist companies guarantee their services are certified...

Experience Dyslexia

Experience Dyslexia Dyslexia: Making It Individual shows you exactly what it'' s like to have dyslexia. Created for instructors, administrators and parents, this interactive simulation …See Initial Article Powered by Powered by Powered by Center for Autism and Dyslexia to display school choice week posters, welcome chosen officials The...

Fraud taskforce wants ‘tougher approach’ from SRA to rogue solicitors

Scams taskforce wants ‘tougher technique’ from SRA to rogue solicitors Report also advises action from insurance companies on improper pre-medical offers for personal injury claims.See Initial Post Listed Australian firm halts share trading after profits cautioning Shine Lawyers states it anticipates a’material decrease’in previous revenues guidance.See Original Article SRA’seen...

Supporting the Trust Training Project Webcast

Supporting the Trust Training Task Webcast The 4th webcast in the series produced for The Dyslexia-SpLD Trust Free Training task is now available – Supporting the Trust Training Project.See OriginalPost Powered by Powered by Powered by Ambassador for dyslexia honoured by charity president Haywards Heath artist Paul Milton has...

Lack of supply-chain visibility puts businesses at risk, GCs warned

Absence of supply-chain exposure puts companies at danger, GCs alerted Senior lawyer at insurer states business organisations are not learning lessons from ‘near misses out on’ developing from disruptions.See Original Article Law Commission proposes fitness-to-participate upgrade Current test, dating from 1836’misinterpreted and inconsistently used’law reformers state. See Original Post...

We won’t intervene over insurance prices, admits Treasury

We will not intervene over insurance costs, admits Treasury Whiplash reforms based upon insurers’ promise to hand down savings of ₤ 50 a policy.See Original Post ‘Dishonesty asserts that fail need to sustain charges’Carol Ravenscroft was awarded ₤ 3,500 at Manchester County Court last month after suffering injuries caused...

ECHR not binding over legal costs appeal, rules judge

ECHR not binding over legal costs appeal, rules evaluate Newspaper group states if the court were making costs order versus it, it would be acting incompatibly with right to flexibility of expression.See Original Article Solicitor struck off after neglecting claim Lisa Dawn Noonan consistently lied to client’s husband about...