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It's Not Over Yet (still some Justice to be delivered)

The inquests have concluded. What happens now?

Posted 26 April 2016 – 12:58pm by Rachel Cerfontyne

The inquests process is now over and as the focus naturally turns to the criminal investigations, I fully expect the question: what happens next? 1,920 more words

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There’s tears in things

The historian Jerzy Topolski stated in an interview that thanks to Le Roy Ladurie and Carlo Ginzburg, human individuals from the past were now “closer to us. 588 more words


Hillsborough inquests: The evidence has finished - what happens next?


The Coroner’s Court at Birchwood Park, Warrington,where the new Hillsborough inquests are being held.

The Hillsborough Inquests  have finished hearing evidence.

After 267 days, the longest-running inquests in British legal history today (Tuesday) heard the final details about the 96 Liverpool fans who died in the disaster at the FA Cup semi-final on April 15, 1989. 378 more words


NLRB Now Requires Companies to Give Most Employee Witness Statements to Unions

The Board recently overturned 38 years of NLRB precedent regarding an employer’s obligation to produce employee witness statements to unions. The old standard implemented a bright line rule where witness statements were a unique form of information that could be kept confidential, even if the company was required to provide the witness’s name or title to the union. 198 more words