Jimmy Savile turns to Fox Hayes for action against The Sun

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  • Well well well. Didn't quite turn out like that, did it? Our learned friends at their usual tricks then. Now he's dead all sorts of things come out of the woodwork.

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  • Leah McGrath Goodman Vindicated - Jimmy Savile Scandal - Lift her UK Visa Ban Now!!

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  • “The reported events are the antithesis of everything Sir James has worked tirelessly to prevent.”
    Would Fox Hayes now like to withdraw this bold statement of fact?

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  • Tricky for Fox Hayes to do this - they went into administration in 2009.

    http://www.thelawyer.com/leeds-fox-hayes-goes-into-administration/136376.article

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  • It would appear as if Fox Hayes has been outfoxed?

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  • Worth remembering the 'human remains' turned out to be a coconut shell.

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  • Correction: "Worth remembering we're told by the always-scrupulous Jersey authorities that the "human remains" turned out to be a coconut shell"

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  • This article is from 2008...

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  • Jim `Fixed it` for himself, did`nt he? Lets see how quickly this is forgotten. There are still untouchables, and I fear there always will be.

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  • "Savile-Gate" : Methinks 'firewalls' are protecting the 'Untouchables'.
    To say 'a can of worms is opening up' would be seriously insulting the worm.
    Do you have any further information on Leah McGrath Goodman?
    Thanks

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  • To Richard W....... Concerning Leah McGrath Goodman she was banned from investigation into tax affairs and nothing to do with Jimmy Savile in any way

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  • Jimmy Savile is innocent and the likes of the Sun Newspaper, Meirion Jones, Mark Williams-Thomas, all his ungrateful/spiteful/amoral accusers and all the other brain dead muppets who have blindly (or not so blindly) jumped on the band wagon since are NOT FIT TOO LICK HIS BOOTS in my opinion.

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  • I have seen and read everyone's ideas but to be honest law is not as crucial as economics because everything currently runs with business you cannot tell me that you will only rely on your law carrier what if you don't have clients at the moment and you are not flexible yet you spent alot studying law........::seriously!!

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  • I agree with Bar None here. This is an interesting development where an English litigation boutique looks just like its US counterparts. This is a kind of fusion (informal, ad hoc) where lawyers can choose how they want to practise in their own kind of organization. These are the innovations anticipated by the Legal Services Act 2007 and facilitated by it. All the focus has been on ABS but this is as important a development as the ABS.

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  • It seems like an attempt by Capsticks to make something of their Leeds office. Surely that is a good thing!

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