A former employee at a top-25 firm has been barred from working in legal practices after he was found to have falsified documents.Brendan Ferris, a litigation executive at the DAC Beachcroft office in Bristol, was found by the Solicitors Regulation Authority to have misled clients.In a statement published on its website on Friday, the SRA said this included misleading clients about the status of court proceedings and in particular the service of two claim forms. He also misled a client in relation to whether an enquiry agent had been engaged.According to the statement, Ferris, of Southville, Bristol, was dismissed by the firm in October 2014 after working there for more than five years.The SRA has already issued a written rebuke for his conduct and has now stated it would be ‘undesirable’ for him to be involved in a legal practice.He may not be employed in any solicitor’s practice or by any solicitor without SRA permission in future.Ferris, who is not currently involved in a legal practice, was subject to an investigation by the SRA with an internal report from DAC Beachcroft also produced as evidence.
Surviving Christmas With the Relatives will be available on DVD and digital from 11th November 2019.The film is written and directed by Academy Award Nominee James Dearden (Fatal Attraction, Pascali’s Island, Rogue Trader) and produced by Nick Hamson (Premonition, Mum’s List) for Studio Soho Films.Surviving Christmas With the Relatives is a heart-warming, riotous take on the traditional festive family get-together, as disparate relatives are thrown together in a confined space for a 3-day ordeal.The film sees two sisters and their families come together in their recently deceased parents’ falling down country house, with chaotic consequences. Miranda (Gemma Whelan) and Dan (Julian Ovenden) are refugees from city life trying to set up a small holding with their kids in tow, and Lila (Joely Richardson) is a fading Hollywood star married to her alcoholic agent, Trent (Michael Landes). Ancient sibling rivalries flare up again to sabotage the hope for a season of good will.Surviving Christmas With the Relatives features an impressive roster of established British and American talent, including; Julian Ovenden (Downton Abbey, Knightfall), Gemma Whelan (Game of Thrones, The End of the F***king World), Joely Richardson (Nip/Tuck, 101 Dalmatians), Michael Landes (Burlesque, Angel Has Fallen), Sally Phillips (Bridget Jones’s Baby, I’m Alan Partridge), Ronni Ancona (Penelope, The Trip), Sophie Simnett (The Lodge, Daybreak), with Patricia Hodge (Miranda, The Elephant Man) and James Fox (Thoroughly Modern Millie, Performance).The film is available for pre-order now.
..Grenada , Nicaragua collect first winsJAMAICA’s young Reggae Boyz twice came from behind to secure a 2-2 draw with traditional powerhouses Mexico, maintaining a perfect start to the CONCACAF U-20 Championship.El Tricolor got goals from a Javain Brown (21st OG) and a Jose Macias penalty conversion (66th ), while the Reggae Boyz were boosted by goals from Leonardo Jibbison (61st ) and Tyreek Magee (71st ).The Caribbean team found themselves trailing after what had been an even first period when a cross into the area deflected into the back of the net off Brown, who had battled to clear his lines.The Reggae Boyz would, however, restore parity midway the second half when Jibbison’s fierce strike from the top of area nestled into the corner of the net, giving Mexican custodian Carlos Higuera no chance. The Mexicans once again claimed the lead when Macias’ well-taken penalty beat Jamaica’s shot-stopper Jeadine White, after Diego Lainez was brought down in the area. Another beauty, this time from Magee once again pulled the teams even. Magee belted the ball high into the roof from 35 yards, after slithering into a pocket of space.The result meant that both Jamaica and Mexico remain unbeaten in the group after three set of matches. The teams are locked on seven points apiece, but Mexico are leading the six-team table on goal difference.Earlier, both Grenada and Nicaragua collected their first wins of the campaign.Grenada downed Saint Martin 5-2, yet it was Saint Martin who struck early through Nolan Freyer (1st ) before Jesron Charles (21st , 27th ) bagged his brace. Rahim Stephen (30th , 66th ) had a brace of his own, sandwiching a Saint Martin goal from Isais Pagesy (56th ), and the fifth and final Grenada goal came via Dorrel Pierre in the 87th.In a hard-fought battle in the group’s second game, goals in the 74th and 79th powered Nicaragua to a 2-1 win over Aruba. A Mark Jacobs own goal opened the scoring and it was soon 2-0 thanks to Alexander Caldera.Aruba never threw in the towel though and a Keanu Maduro score in the 90+2’ provided hope, but Nicaragua held on to collect the three points. (Sportsmax)
IT’S the only travel shop in the county which can claim a direct link to America in its name.And today Liberty Travel in Letterkenny is celebrating American Independence Day with a splash of colour.“It is the Fourth of July after all,” said travel agent Carolyn Davis. “We’ve gone all American for the day and we’ve put on some great offers for trips to the States.“There’s never been a better time to go to the USA, so if anyone fancies a strip Stateside they should pop in or call today for some real American deals.” IT’S ‘STATUE OF LIBERTY TRAVEL’ AS AMERICAN INDEPENDENCE DAY CELEBRATED was last modified: July 3rd, 2013 by John2Share this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:IT’S ‘STATUE OF LIBERTY TRAVEL’ AS AMERICAN INDEPENDENCE DAY CELEBRATED