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Shanmugam addresses concerns on contempt of court Bill

(Source: www.channelnewsasia.com)

SINGAPORE: In a lengthy speech in Parliament on Monday (Aug 15), Law Minister K Shanmugam explained the need to set out the laws in the Administration of Justice (Protection) Bill, and addressed concerns that have been raised about the Bill, which will provide clarity on what constitutes contempt of court. 646 more words

Current Affairs

Conference abstract directory available

Want to find out more about the research presented at the Animal Production 2016 Conference in South Australia, held 4-7 July 2016? Brief communications from the speakers are available to read online – simply click on the link below and you will have access to the Conference Booklet (proceedings) and an online directory of two-page brief communications. 97 more words

Animal Production 2016

what to do with refereed conference proceedings?

In the recent days, we have had a lively discussion among AEs of the Annals of Statistics, as to whether or not set up a policy regarding publications of documents that have already been published in a shortened (8 pages) version in a machine learning conference like… 211 more words

Statistics

CITY OF CUSTER CITY COUNCIL PROCEEDINGS- REGULAR SESSION August 1st, 2016

CITY OF CUSTER CITY

COUNCIL PROCEEDINGS- REGULAR SESSION

August 1st, 2016

Mayor Jared Carson called to order the first meeting of the Common Council for the month of August, 2016 at 5:30 p.m.  559 more words

Custer

Conference shambles (Rousse)

Now that I had seen a copy of the conference proceedings I was extremely embarrassed to be associated with the event. It was a complete and utter shambles. 45 more words

Defamation: councillor v mayor

The acrimonious relationship between Dunedin City councillor Lee Vandervis and mayor Dave Cull continues with Cull being served legal papers on a Dunedin Street yesterday in  defamation proceedings. 601 more words

Politics

Avoiding Ancillary Proceedings in Sacramento Probate Court


It is common knowledge that probate can be a lengthy and costly process, taking months to years to complete, in some cases.  So, the thought of having to go through that process in more than one court might be too much.  40 more words