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The Pensions Regulator (TPR) has issued new guidance wanting pension schemes to communicate more effectively and openly with their members.
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In this article, Ray Horak makes the point that effective communications is all about choosing the right words. The corollary is that ineffective communications is all about choosing the wrong, or perhaps intentionally vague, words. That's where interpretation comes into play, and that's where technical experts and even lexicographers get involved. Horak shares some interesting examples of his litigation support experience defining words...sometimes again and again.
For all of us (foreign) Ďlocalsí in Beijing, we have seen the massive growth in foreign-owned restaurants over the past several years. Not only are such establishments popular (and very profitable), they are adding to the international cuisine and outlook of the nationís capital. In this article, we outline the various procedures required to establish a restaurant.
Many illegal sexual attacks and illegal sexual behaviors often do not happen in public areas. Therefore, many accusations are made without any witnesses to these crimes. Approaching these cases requires a dual commitment of protecting the victim who is reporting the crime and protecting the defendantís legal rights.
Drug offenses come in many varieties with one common factor, the penalties for a conviction are severe and may result in lengthy prison sentences and fines. An aggressive defense is necessary. Review this article related to drug charges and their defense.
Assault is a serious criminal charge. Its consequences are serious. Knowing the potential consequences and defenses can help criminal defendants protect their legal interests.