FIRED BY E-MAIL
Posted: Sunday, October 14, 2012
FIRED BY E-MAIL
The fring of two of the attorneys representing the Ministry of Finance at the Commission of Inquiry into Colonial Life Insurance Company Ltd (Clico) and the Hindu Credit Union has raised concerns in the legal fraternity.
CLICO LAWYERS FIRED
Every hour these new lawyers have to spend reading over the documents, adds to the cost...It does not make any economic sense
Kevin calls for report on hardboard deal
Ministry in the dark
Prakash: THA hides accounting
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Sceptical about real changes
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Heavy showers as Rafael swipes T&T
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Govt looks to hybrid as another option
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Foreign oil firm: T&T's reserves increased by 29 per cent
Foreign oil and gas exploration firm Range Resources has recorded a 29 per cent increase in oil reserves across its three onshore licences in Trinidad.
Govt minister tipped off Ish
...on implications of Section 34
Moore: Swift justice for the Londons
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Reporter's phone records leaked to CDA
‘VSEP sweetener' turns sour for former Caroni workers
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New security agency not yet legal
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State boards reshuffle imminent
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SATT keeps eye on price increases before VAT removal
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The Tomb raiders strike in Mayaro
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Tomb connects global diaspora
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Selwyn Ryan: Volney, Section 34, and access to justice
Andre Bagoo: Foolishness
Lennox Grant: In budget season — blood, fire, on the road
Sunity Maharaj: The undoing of Jack
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T&T's new anti-gang squad
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