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O'Meara heads for City

ICI’s retiring Barry O’Meara is to act as a consultant to City firm Rowe & Mawe. O’Meara, deputy group solicitor, whose career in the group legal department spans a period of some 30 years, will not be replaced. ICI’s group solicitor, Victor White, says Bob Peters was appointed as joint deputy about two years ago […]

Ouija board 'reasons' due

Reasons for judgment are to be given soon in the Court of Criminal Appeal in the case of Stephen Young, who was jailed for life for a double murder. The court allowed his appeal after submissions from Young’s counsel, David Penry-Davy QC, that members of the jury consulted a ouija board about the verdict. Michael […]

Deacons to be record legal receivership

COLLAPSED 18-office Liverpool practice Deacon Goldrein Green is at the centre of the biggest ever law firm receivership after the Manchester High Court appointed accountants Pannell Kerr Forster to take over the running of the business. The firm collapsed suddenly two weeks ago when talks with the Royal Bank of Scotland over possible individual voluntary […]

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