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Lord Woolf plans to merge expert’s organising bodies, but try telling members it’s a good idea. Elizabeth Davidson reports. Somewhere within the legal system there is an employment “expert” who has appeared in court more than 200 times, yet who has never employed anyone in his life and who has no qualifications or experience. That’s […]

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