Following the court decision to allow journalists permission to tweet from the bail hearing of Wikileak’s founder Julian Assange, this week the Lord Chief Justice has published guidance to deal with applications made in court to permit live communication via social media channels (including Twitter) during the hearing.
Whilst journalists in some US states have already successfully lobbied for live tweeting and blogging across the pond, our much loved legal system has remained,…
Added by Anna Yoshica Birtwistle on December 22, 2010 — Defero Law
Christmas. I'll be honest, I'm not a fan, or at least that's what the look on my face says. Inside I'm all 'jingle bells' and smiling, like a man who's eaten the purple chocolate from a box of Roses. On the outside I have a face like granite, all grey and hard looking, like the man who got the toffees.
But because it's Christmas, I feel compelled to give a nod to all things festive and joyous. Look! I put a hat on our logo. How festive...there's snow as well.
Anyway, I'm not…Read More
Extreme weather conditions have had a massive impact on businesses with some employees being snowed in completely and others arriving several hours late, having struggled to get into work.
With snow and ice continuing to disrupt commuters, Jennifer Smith, Employment Solicitor at Ralli gives…Read More
Added by Ralli on December 6, 2010 — Defero Law
Added by Defero Law on December 3, 2010 — Defero Law