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Oh Nigel Baggaley...what have you done now?

Nigel Baggaley or whatever pseudonym he goes by these days became a notorious figure among the Legal Professionals, given Sir Munby himself exercised the Inherent Jurisdiction to make a Civil Restraint Order (indefinitely) back in 2014 banning Nigel from acting as a McKenzie Friend, however there was the possibility we may see his return very soon as it was hinted that the Order should remain for at least 2 years and Nigel can apply to discharge it: if he can show adequate change. 681 more words

How do you define your approach to optimisation?

Agile or waterfall?

Analytical or instinctive?

Marginal gains or bigger, more speculative bets?

It can be surprisingly difficult to sum up how you do the thing you do for a living. 193 more words

SLCG September Meeting

Sloan’s Lake Citizens’ Group
September Meeting

Wednesday, September 14
7:00 – 8:30 PM

The Del Norte VA Apartments (2635 Federal Blvd._
First Floor Community Room… 160 more words

Neighborhood News


​First Bank of Nigeria Limited, Nigeria’s most valuable banking brand and foremost financial institution, yesterday announced the appointment of Mr. Olusegun Alebiosu as its new Chief Risk Officer (CRO). 346 more words


RAPS Reports FDA Notifications to Pharma re: Indian CRO Unacceptability

On April 20th, 2016, Regulatory Affairs Professionals Society (RAPS) writer, Zachary Brennan, shared insights about recent FDA notifications to sponsors of New Drug Applications (NDAs) and Abbreviated New Drug Applications (ANDAs) that clinical and bioanalytical studies conducted by Bangalore, India-based contract research organization (CRO) Semler Research are not acceptable as a result of data integrity concerns and need to be repeated. 28 more words


It's not about the amount of tests you run, it's about the amount you learn (and profit)

Test volume is a frequent topic of discussion among CROs.

Listening to company presentations at conferences you may be concerned that your competitors are running 100 tests each month. 251 more words