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MoJ gets new Permanent Secretary

Your Expert Witness Ursula BrennanHead of the Civil Service Sir Bob Kerslake has announced that the new Permanent Secretary at the Ministry of Justice will be Ursula Brennan. Sir Bob said her previous experience of working as a Director General at the Ministry of Justice will prove invaluable in helping the department deliver its ambitious agenda for reform. She moves after four successful years at the Ministry of Defence – first as Second Permanent Secretary and then as Permanent Secretary since November 2010.

He said: "I am very pleased to announce that Ursula will be taking up the reins at the Ministry of Justice. Her experience in this area will be invaluable in helping deliver the Government's ambitious agenda for the delivery of justice services.

Last Updated on Thursday, 28 June 2012 11:28


New ways of working pose money laundering risks

Your Expert Witness pound coinsOne of the areas of practice attracting much attention in the world of the expert witness is also, according to reports in the legal press, attracting the attention of money launderers. Alternative dispute resolution (ADR) is an area of increased risk from criminals laundering money, as is litigation, the Law Society has warned.

Another risk is the potential for organised criminals to "seek to invest in legal practices through the licensing of alternative business structures", another blossoming trend in the legal profession.

Last Updated on Thursday, 28 June 2012 11:30


Study points to potential new treatment for deadly pancreatic cancer

Your Expert Witness PancreaticCancer Research UK-funded scientists have shown how a promising new class of drugs might be used to treat aggressive forms of pancreatic cancer, according to a study published in Nature.

Pancreatic cancer kills around 8,000 people every year and, although survival rates are gradually improving, fewer than one in five patients survive their disease for a year or more.

Last Updated on Wednesday, 27 June 2012 11:44


Clay Cross wins RICS regeneration award

Your Expert Witness Clay CrossThe Clay Cross redevelopment scheme triumphed in the regeneration category last night at the prestigious RICS Awards 2012 in the East Midlands region.

Located in North East Derbyshire, the small town of Clay Cross underwent a transformational change following the completion of phase one in the £30million New Bridge Street regeneration scheme. The complex project completed in January 2011, reclaimed approximately 20 acres of derelict land to rejuvenate it into a mixed use scheme incorporating retail, Dr’s Surgery and public space. Over 100,000 cubic metres of colliery spoil was removed from the site prior to development.

Last Updated on Thursday, 28 June 2012 11:32


APIL’s new man at the helm slams insurers and Cameron

Your Expert Witness Karl TonksOn 19 April the annual conference of APIL, the Association of Personal Injury lawyers was treated to what one of its founder members, Roger Pannone, described as “probably the best I've ever heard from a president”.

The speech was made by APIL’s incoming president Karl Tonks and it took the form of a sustained attack on insurance companies, the Government and LASPO.

Last Updated on Wednesday, 27 June 2012 11:49