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X-Press Legal Paves the Way for Law Firms to Reduce Risk

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WARRINGTON -based X-Press Legal Services, one of Britain's biggest and most successful property search companies has teamed up with the makers of a sophisticated on-line check-list designed to minimize legal risk for conveyancers and lawyers. Law firms and conveyancers conducting property searche…

More than 1 in 10 holidaymakers will drive abroad from the UK

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Are you heading for the open road this summer? Planning on a trip through the winding roads of the Alps? Cruising along the coast to Monte Carlo? Or maybe just a booze cruise to Calais... According to the latest survey from the AA/Populus, 3.6 million of British cars will be heading across the Ch…

Can you combat industrial deafness?

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Mining Australia suggests, in a recent article that there are three steps to combat industrial deafness. This includes wearing hearing protection, to be mindful of prolonged exposure to high noise levels that can permanently damage your hearing and to reduce the volume or increase the distance of un…

Petro Poroshenko, is expected to sign a landmark trade deal

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Ukraine's newly elected president, Petro Poroshenko, is expected to sign a landmark trade deal establishing free trade between the European Union and the Ukraine soon after he is inaugurated as head of state on June 7th. Poroshenko said very recently during a meeting in Warsaw with Austrian Presiden…

Marrakesh injury leaves holidaymaker with shoulder operation

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Packaged holiday tour operator Thompsons Holidays has admitted liability for selling a holiday that left Roy Crompton, 59 requiring a shoulder operation. Roy Crompton an engineer from Bolton booked his 3 day packaged holiday through a local travel agent to celebrate his 4th wedding anniversary. …

Are sanctions the right instrument for dealing with the current East-West Crisis?

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EU experts, business and civil society leaders, media and NGO s are invited to analyse the situation and comment on the impact of sanctions on business, trade and investment. Sanctions have been imposed by the EU on Ukrainian and Russian officials for their part in violence against dem- onstrators i…

Places that give assistance for writing wills

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Writing a will is really important; not writing it gives a lot of trouble to your loved ones after you. Many people write it and they can do it successfully if it is not too complicated. But, there are very less chances that people do it without a single mistake. If you are going for the DIY will op…

JustCite indexes Maritime Law Book cases

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Justis Publishing is delighted to announce that its JustCite legal research service will index case reports from Canadian publisher, Maritime Law Book. The deal with Maritime Law Book will see over 150,000 cases from 12 different series being added to JustCite's growing index. JustCite is an o…

Manchester Solicitor Scoops National Award

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Business law firm Turner Parkinson are celebrating award success as solicitor, Laura Baker, has beaten off stiff competition from all over the country to win a national award for becoming the highest scoring solicitor at the 2013 sitting of the Joint Insolvency Examination Board exams. Laura Bake…

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