People Moves: Boyer, London & Cambridge Properties, Turner & Townsend etc

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Competitive instinct

first_imgIt was gratifying to read about the final of the Incorporated Council of Law Reporting’s annual mooting competition, held at the Law Society. The profession’s support for fostering and encouraging essential skills for the next generation of lawyers was recently seen in the Worshipful Company of Arbitrators Mediation Skills Competition, which took place in London in January. Sponsored by leading City firms and the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators, this competition has grown from eight teams last year to 14. Teams from UK law schools competed in mediation sessions that involved complex commercial dispute and deal-making scenarios in the Rolls Building, as well as in the offices of Bird & Bird. The winning London Metropolitan University team of Legal Practice Course students was given fully funded entry to the International Chamber of Commerce’s mediation competition in Paris. This February event involved mediating complex international problems with teams from around the world, while being evaluated by some of the world’s leading dispute resolution specialists. Some 66 international teams had the opportunity to interact with world-class mediators. We were pleased to be the first UK team in two years to get into the final rounds, coming 11th overall. I would urge members of our profession to consider ‘putting something back’ by getting involved in these and similar mediation competitions in the interests of promoting this growing area of legal practice. William McKay, solicitor/mediator, senior lecturer (LPC), London Metropolitan Universitylast_img read more

Saudi Arabia to lift curfew, resume economic activities from Sunday

first_imgChina and Saudi Arabia agree to lift bilateral ties Saudi Arabia strikes Yemen Rebels A worker wears a protective suit, following the outbreak of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19), sterilizes the tables before the customers sit down at a restaurant, in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia June 13.2020. /REUTERS. Tunisian PM begins Saudi Arabia visit FILE PHOTO: Saudi Arabia’s Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman attends a meeting with U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, September 18, 2019. /REUTERSSaudi Arabia will end a nationwide curfew and lift restrictions on businesses from Sunday morning after three months of lockdown to curb the spread of coronavirus, state news agency SPA quoted a source in the interior ministry as saying on Saturday.The curfew will be lifted as of 6 AM local time on Sunday. Restrictions will remain, however, for religious pilgrimages, international travel and social gatherings of more than 50 people.The kingdom introduced stringent measures to curb the spread of the novel coronavirus in March, including 24-hour curfews on most towns and cities.In May, it announced a three-phase plan to ease restrictions on movement and travel, culminating in the curfew completely ending on June 21.The number of coronavirus infections has risen in recent weeks following a relaxation of movement and travel restrictions on May 28.The kingdom has recorded 154,223 cases of COVID-19 and a total of 1,230 deaths, the highest in the six-nation Gulf Cooperation Council.(With input from the Reuters)Relatedlast_img read more

Report: Cavs officially waive J.R. Smith

first_img Quenton S. Albertie Related Topics2019 NBA Free AgencyCleveland CavaliersJ.R. SmithNBA Free Agency After failing to find a suitable trade partner for veteran shooting guard J.R. Smith, the Cleveland Cavaliers officially waived the mercurial wing on Monday. The team is expected to stretch his $4.3 million salary over the next three seasons, paying $1.7 million in each of those seasons, to stay below the luxury tax line.Though effectively exiled from the team last season after a lack of professionalism and a me-first attitude led to him fuming on the bench when players he felt he was better than earned the nod for minutes over him, Smith will he remembered fondly for his role in the team’s 2016 championship.All-Stars LeBron James and Kyrie Irving are rightly seen as the primary players to have contributed to the Cavs’ ability to bring the Larry O’Brien trophy to Cleveland for the first time in franchise history but Smith notably made two clutch shots in that series that likely kept the Cavs’ championship hopes alive while playing incredible defense of Golden State Warriors All-Star shooting guard Klay Thompson.What made Smith’s story better was that when Cleveland initially acquired him, his reputation was in shambles due to his immaturity while playing with the New York Knicks and he was seen as a throw-in to the trade package while the defensive-oriented Iman Shumpert was seen as the centerpiece. Shumpert’s injuries gave Smith the opportunity he needed to show his worth on the court and before anyone knew it, “Swish” had become a valued member of the team’s rotation and the Cleveland community appeared to be the catalyst for Smith’s ability to keep his focus on basketball.Aside from throwing a bowl of soup at Cavs former assistant coach Damon Jones, Smith was an excellent teammate and locker room presence before last season. He was humorous, candid and a fun-loving guy who showed plenty of love for his growing family.Frankly, though it would have been ideal for Smith to keep his head down and mouth shut last season, it’s easy to understand why he was frustrated with his lack of playing time. Though he had an underwhelming regular season performance in 2017-18, he was arguably the best wing on the roster once LeBron left.Further, after LeBron opted to head to the Los Angeles Lakers, one of Smith’s primary motivations to be a lunchpail player — winning a NBA championship — evaporated. It didn’t help that LeBron was more or less the team hall monitor, forcing teammates to be on their best and most professional behavior.He’ll be remembered for a lot of moments in Cleveland, and some not nearly as glamorous as others (if not downright embarrassing, like his decision to dribble the clock out in regulation in a pivotal Game 1).However, J.R. was undoubtedly one of the most entertaining figures in Cavs’ franchise history and one of the most important as well.Smith is widely expected to join LeBron and the Lakers once he hits the free agent market.last_img read more

Cranes take 2-1 lead in finals

first_imgChris Yule and Ryuichi Kawai scored Seibu’s goals. The series shifts back to Tokyo for Game 4 on Saturday at DyDo Drinco Arena in Higashi-Fushimi.The puck is set to drop at 5 p.m. If necessary, Game 5 will be played on Sunday in Tokyo at the same time. The Nippon Paper Cranes scored four third-period goals en route to a 7-2 victory over the Seibu Prince Rabbits in Game 3 of the Asia League Ice Hockey finals on Tuesday night at Kushiro Ice Arena in Hokkaido before 2,503 fans.Ex-NHL player Derek Plante, Masatoshi Takeuchi, Hiroo Izuku and Masatoshi Ito scored third-period goals for the hosts. Izuku finished with two tallies. GET THE BEST OF THE JAPAN TIMEScenter_img IN FIVE EASY PIECES WITH TAKE 5last_img

LSJ high school basketball preview section hits the streets in Muskegon area

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Apple) Jack’s Corner Store (Old Grand Haven Rd.)Subway downtownSubway on Lakeshore Drive in LakesideSubway on Henry St. and Summit Ave.Subway inside Walmart on Norton Ave. Subway inside Meijer on Henry St. and Norton Ave.Suby on Old Grand Haven Road in Norton ShoresSubway inside Meijer by the Lakes MallSubway inside Walmart on ShermanNORTH MUSKEGON  Subway 420 Whitehall RdPlumbs Market – 520 Whitehall RdSubway Whitehall and McMillanWHITEHALLPlumb’s 3271 Colby St. – Whitehall center_img Add Comments (Max 320 characters) Inappropriate / Offensive ENDS IN 0 Thank you! This will help us improve your ad experience. We will try not to show you such ads again. LocalSportsJournal.comThe local high school basketball season is just getting cooking, with the action getting into full swing after the holidays.Local Sports Journal is welcoming the new season with the publication of it’s full-color 2016 high school basketball preview section, which is available for free at local high school gymnasiums before games, as well as local restaurants ad retail outlets listed below.The special newsprint section features previews of the area’s 44 boys and girls varsity basketball teams, as well a cover profile of Muskegon High School boys coach Keith Guy, whose team could make it back to the state finals this season.The basketball preview also profiles Hall of Fame Western Michigan Christian Coach Jim Goorman, who has come out of retirement to assist his son with the WMC girls team while battling cancer; and a preview of this season’s anticipated heated rivalry between the talented Mona Shores and Reeths-Puffer girls teams.The basketball preview section is made possible by the generosity of LSJ advertisers – so please patronize their businesses and thank them for supporting Muskegon-area high school sports!The 2016 high school basketball preview section will available at the following games tonight and Friday:Thursday December 15Shelby at Whitehall (boys)Ravenna at Montague (boys)Friday December 16Manistee at WMC (boys and girls)Shelby at Oakridge (girls)Whitehall at North Muskegon (girls)Muskegon Heights at Muskegon Catholic (boys and girls)Mason County Central at Montague (girls)Ludington at Orchard View (boys and girls)Hart at Ravenna (girls)Holton at Hesperia (girls)Fruitport at Calvary Christian (girls)Reed City at Fremont (boys and girls)Greenville at Reeths-Puffer (boys)Grand Haven at Spring Lake (boys)You can also pick up your copy of the basketball preview at the following outlets:MUSKEGON (33138) $59.99 Displayed poorly $0.00 Add Comments (Max 320 characters) Other Bestseller Other DEAL OF THE DAY Share Other Other Thank you! 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Tryall, Global, Ken’s seal spots in NJ league finals

first_img Major ‘A’ final The big final, the Major ‘A’ showdown between Jamalco and Tivoli Gardens, is scheduled to start at 5:30 p.m. Also on Sunday, teams in the Intermediate and Minor leagues that did not qualify for the quarter-finals are invited to participate in the end-of-season Rally, which is scheduled to start at 11 a.m. In the Minor League, Speg will face Arnett ‘B’ at 5:45 p.m. on Court One, with Excelsior Eagles and Blades ‘A’ battling simultaneously on Court Three in the Sunshine Cereals Intermediate League. Tryall Heights, Global ‘A’, and Ken’s Wildflower all secured spots in Sunday’s finals for Netball Jamaica’s league championship play-offs. In Tuesday evening’s Sunshine Cereals Intermediate League semi-finals at the Leila Robinson Courts, Tryall Heights defeated Blades 41-33, while Global ‘A’ beat Excelsior Eagles 38-24. Nickeisha Duncan, with a game-high 30 goals from 38 attempts, led the way for Tryall Heights. Blades’ leading scorer was Jenelle Russell, with 23 goals from 27 tries). In the other Sunshine Cereals semi-final, Amanda Pinkney stood head and shoulders above the other shooters, netting 33 of 38 attempts in the 38-point tally posted by Global ‘A’. Excelsior’s top scorer was Ramona Edwards with 11 from 13. In the evening’s most exciting contest, the Major ‘B’ semi-final, Ken’s Wildflower scored a nail-biting 39-37 win over Tantrum. Stephanie Anderson was primarily responsible for Ken’s Wildflower’s win, scoring 35 points from 40 attempts. For Tantrum, Shanoy Fletcher led the way with 25 goals from 30 tries. All finals in the divisional leagues will be played on Sunday at the Leila Robinson Courts, beginning at 2:30 p.m., with the Minor League clash between Bethel Town and Maxfield. Tryall Heights and Global ‘A’ will then play the Sunshine Cereals Intermediate League final at 3:30 p.m., to be followed at 4:30 p.m. by the Major ‘B’ final between Ken’s Wildflower and Liguanea.last_img read more