first_imgn A man has denied murdering a fellow bakery worker in the car park at Fine Lady Bakeries, Banbury. Shahid Rehman, 29, of Grimsbury Green, Banbury, is accused of the murder of Imran Shah, 23. Mr Shah died from multiple wounds on Monday, 27 November, 2006. Rehman’s trial will begin at Oxford Crown Court on September 24.n Coffee chain Coffee Republic has signed a franchise agreement which will see the brand launched in Romania. The company has signed an agreement with Krruss Holdings to develop its coffee and deli bar concept in the country.n Cash & carry giant Booker and hi-tech wholesaler Blueheath are to merge. The new business, to be listed on the AIM market, will be called Booker Group and will be lead by current Booker chief executive Charles Wilson.n HTG Trading has sold its manufacturing business to Hubbard Products, a subsidiary of Zanotti SpA. HTG Trading’s distribution activities, Hubbard Ice Systems and Taylor Freezer, are unaffected by this change.n Foster Refrigerator has sold its 10,000th hydrocarbon cabinet. Hydrocarbon refrigerants can reduce both energy consumption and carbon emissions by 15%.n Baking equipment supplier Interbake (Bury) has been appointed UK and Irish agent for mixing systems specialist the Tonelli Group.n On 11 May British Baker wrote that Bell Perkins Industrial Easirobe enrober was made in Leeds. It is actually supplied by Brook Food Processing Equipment, based in Minehead, Somerset.last_img read more

Section draws up model release for civil cases

first_imgProbably little is more frustrating for civil lawyers and their clients than to have a case settlement worked out, and then have it bog down over the details of how it will be carried out.The Bar’s Trial Lawyers Section, familiar with that headache, has proposed a solution, approved by its executive council during the Bar’s Annual Meeting.The section has drawn up a model release for civil cases and soon will have it posted on the section’s revamped and improved Web site.“Oftentimes lawyers fight hard to resolve cases for their clients and come to a point where they think they have the case settled and all that needs to be done is sign the release,” said outgoing section Chair Tom Scarritt. “Unfortunately they find they have a huge disagreement on what should and should not be in the release. The Trial Lawyers Section undertook the task of attempting to put together a release, parts of which could be used by different lawyers in different cases to assist in the process of coming to a meeting of the minds on the final resolution of the case which is the drafting and the signing of the release.“We’re hopeful that this new release will be used throughout the state on a variety of cases and that the man on the street and the woman on the street will find that they are having their cases finally settled more quickly and more easily.”The release will be available on the section’s Web site, when its overhaul is completed later this month.The section will continue to monitor legislative activities, Scarritt said, including possible bills to alter the tort system.“We had a legislative overview from [section legislative consultant] Buddy Jacobs. He basically said that there are two ways to ride a tiger, one is in its belly and one is on its shoulders, and the Trial Lawyers Section should be moving aggressively to ride the tiger on its shoulders through its legislative contacts and by working with other groups,” he said.The section’s focus, Scarritt said, is on guaranteeing access to the courts and preserving the independence of the legal system. Last year, the section opposed a bill that would have opened up many Judicial Qualification Commission records, including the identity of those filing complaints which critics said would inhibit people from filing complaints. The bill, which Scarritt called the “Bad Judge Protection Act,” eventually died.On other matters, the section is continuing to distribute its discovery handbook and its professionalism guidelines, and both publications are getting rave reviews, Scarritt said. The section is currently updating the professionalism publication. Both are also available on the section’s Web site.The section is also monitoring proposals submitted to the Supreme Court for changes in the way juries are chosen and managed, he said. The trial lawyers support some of the changes and dislike others, he noted, adding, “This is a major issue. Some proposals would do away with jury selection by lawyers, which we strongly oppose.”Aside from legal issues, the section’s membership drive in the past year proved very successful, with the organization growing from around 6,000 to around 7,000 members and becoming the Bar’s second largest section.“We did it by appearing at seminars and meetings and making a pitch to trial lawyers on what we do,” Scarritt said.At the executive council meeting, Scarritt stepped down as chair and Tallahassee attorney Dominic Caparello took over as chair for the 2002-03 Bar year. Section draws up model release for civil cases August 1, 2002 Regular Newscenter_img Section draws up model release for civil caseslast_img read more

TUV SUD NEL Splashes £1.45M on AMF’s Test Separator

first_imgTUV SUD NEL has invested £1.45 million in one of the world’s largest gravity test separators, as part of the build program for its new advanced multiphase facility.The new separator will test both multiphase and wet gas flows (oil, water and gas) and will ensure sufficient retention time, even at the largest flow rates.Weighing 270 tonnes and operating at pressures up to 150 bar, it will enable flow rates within the advanced multiphase facility (AMF) that are said to be 20 times greater than the performance of any other test facility in the world.This should meet the oil & gas industry’s growing demand for flow meter testing that more accurately reflects real-field conditions, to reduce measurement uncertainty and minimise fiscal inaccuracy.Muir Porter, infrastructure manager leading the installation project, said: “This is a major milestone for us as the test separator is at the heart of the AMF construction project. The next major phase will be to build the complex steel pipework which forms the test loop and feeds into the test separator, and which will deliver a multiphase flow test facility with a range beyond anything currently available on the market.”The £16-million AMF is designed to provide a new, best-in-class test facility, and will focus predominantly on the £50-billion-per-annum global subsea sector and wet gas business. It will facilitate company-led industrial projects and product development, hands-on industry training and academic research. Creating at least 17 new jobs, the centre will futureproof the delivery of innovative technical services to the oil and gas production market for the next 25 years.Scottish Enterprise has supported the development of the AMF with £4.9 million of research and development funding. Alongside the grant from Scottish Enterprise, TUV SUD NEL’s parent company, TÜV SÜD AG, is investing £11.1 million, which makes the project the largest capital investment to date in the company’s UK business.last_img read more

Microsoft: Office Web Apps for your Mobile – Let the Confusion Begin

first_imgTags:#enterprise#news#Products Massive Non-Desk Workforce is an Opportunity fo… IT + Project Management: A Love Affair alex williams Related Posts center_img What exactly from Office Web Apps and Office Mobile 2010 can you use on your mobile right now and what will be available when the product ships next spring?Mary Jo Foley does the best job of outlining what is happening here. Let’s take a sky high look and see if we can make sense of things so you know what to do if you really have an interest in giving Office a try on the mobile.First of all, Office Web Apps is now in beta and available for download. It is free.Here is the first point of confusion and in our book goes to the heart of the issue. The Office Web Apps you download today is NOT the Office Web Apps that will ship next spring. What you download today is actually the business version, which is the paid version of the product. We expect that if you download the application today then you will have to download a new one when the REAL Office Web Apps launches next spring.Let’s move on to the next issue. What is exactly available with Office Web Apps?According to Foley, it works with the following phones and apps: * IE on Windows Mobile 5/6/6.1/6.5* Safari4 on iPhone 3G/S* BlackBerry 4.x and newer versions* Nokia S60* NetFront 3.4, 3.5 and newer versions* Opera Mobile 8.65 and newer versions* Openwave 6.2, 7.0 and newer versionsHold on one more time. There is more we need to explain. According to Foley, you can only view documents in Office Web Apps. You can not write to Word, Excel, PowerPoint and OneNote documents.That’s true now and will remain true when the product launches next spring.On the other hand, Foley says….”Office Mobile 2010 enables editing and viewing of Word, Excel,PowerPoint, OneNote and SharePoint documents on phones running theWindows Mobile 6.5 operating system.”But will there ever be the ability to actually interact with documents using the free version of Office Web Apps? Yes, but Microsoft is still trying to figure out how that will all work. In the meantime, to run Office Mobile 2010, users will need Sharepoint on the back end. Why? Apparently, the back end running out of Sharepoint determines what document to post to your mobile. Got it? 3 Areas of Your Business that Need Tech Now Cognitive Automation is the Immediate Future of…last_img read more

Sarr still groping for form despite posting another double-double

first_imgProtesters burn down Iran consulate in Najaf PLAY LIST 01:37Protesters burn down Iran consulate in Najaf01:47Panelo casts doubts on Robredo’s drug war ‘discoveries’01:29Police teams find crossbows, bows in HK university01:35Panelo suggests discounted SEA Games tickets for students02:49Robredo: True leaders perform well despite having ‘uninspiring’ boss02:42PH underwater hockey team aims to make waves in SEA Games LATEST STORIES BSP sees higher prices in November, but expects stronger peso, low rice costs to put up fight For the complete collegiate sports coverage including scores, schedules and stories, visit Inquirer Varsity. “Honestly, I feel myself at 60 percent and in practice I’m not myself yet,” said Sarr, who had 15 points and 16 rebounds.“I’m not okay yet, but I feel that by the next games or in the second round I’m probably going to be in shape.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSWATCH: Drones light up sky in final leg of SEA Games torch runSPORTSSEA Games: Philippines picks up 1st win in men’s water poloSPORTSMalditas save PH from shutoutSarr suffered a groin injury before the season started and sat out Adamson’s opener as a precaution.And since his return, the 6-foot-8 big man has averaged 14 points and 12.5 rebounds. Frontrow holds fun run to raise funds for young cancer patients  Photo by Tristan Tamayo/INQUIRER.netPapi Sarr has already logged four games in the UAAP Season 80 men’s basketball tournament and helped Adamson University get to the fourth spot with a 3-2 record.The center, however, admitted he’s still not at peak form despite his string of double-doubles with the third leading the Falcons’ 79-60 rout of University of the East on Sunday.ADVERTISEMENT Dillinger sparks, completes Bolts’ Game 1 comeback Fire hits houses in Mandaluyong City Read Next Fire hits houses in Mandaluyong City Sarr has also recorded three straight triple-doubles for Adamson.“I’ve been trying to get back after my injury but I’m thankful coach Franz [Pumaren] gave me the time and I’m trying to get back,” said Sarr. “I’m lucky I had a double-double and that actually helped the team win.” MOST READ Typhoon Kammuri accelerates, gains strength en route to PH Nonong Araneta re-elected as PFF president Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. Brace for potentially devastating typhoon approaching PH – NDRRMC LOOK: Loisa Andalio, Ronnie Alonte unwind in Amanpulo for 3rd anniversary View commentslast_img read more

9 months agoReally? Southgate surprise new name on Man Utd shortlist

first_imgReally? Southgate surprise new name on Man Utd shortlistby Paul Vegas9 months agoSend to a friendShare the loveEngland coach Gareth Southgate is on the managerial shortlist at Manchester United.The Daily Mail says United have added Southgate to the list of potential managers to take over in the summer as they are becoming increasingly concerned that Mauricio Pochettino will stay at Tottenham.Southgate signed a new contract to stay on as England manager until the end of the 2022 World Cup in Qatar following the Three Lions’ success in Russia.A chance to jump ship may prove difficult following his recent contract renewal with the national team, and while Southgate has been added as a viable option to take over at United, the Red Devils are wary of his experience at club level.Prior to his success with England, Southgate has only had one spell at club level where he managed Middlesbrough for three years between 2006 and 2009. TagsTransfersAbout the authorPaul VegasShare the loveHave your saylast_img read more

CBS Announces Verne Lundquist Will Step Down From SEC On CBS Following 2016 Season

first_imgVerne Lundquist calling an SEC game on CBS.Verne LundquistCBS officially announced that longtime SEC play-by-play announcer Verne Lundquist will step down following the 2016 season, and the network confirmed reports that ESPN’s Brad Nessler will be Lundquist’s replacement in 2017.  Lundquist, who has been with CBS since 2000, will remain with the network and continue broadcasting college basketball and golf. Verne Lundquist steps down from SEC ON CBS following 2016 season. Brad Nessler to succeed Lundquist starting in 2017— CBS Sports PR (@CBSSportsGang) May 31, 2016Verne Lundquist will continue calling regular-season college basketball, the NCAA Tournament and golf for CBS in 2017.— Richard Deitsch (@richarddeitsch) May 31, 2016This will be an adjustment for college football fans. “Uncle Verne” is a fall staple as the play-by-play voice of the SEC. Nessler is a pro though, and should be a more than capable replacement.last_img read more

Police constable shot dead in North Dinajpur

first_imgKolkata: A police constable was shot dead by some miscreants post-Thursday midnight at Chopra in North Dinajpur. The constable, identified as Sabbir Ali, was on patrolling duty along with other police personnel of Chopra police station when he was shot.According to sources, around 2:30 am the patrolling van carrying four persons including an officer and the driver was standing on State Highway 31 at Kalagaj More near Dolua primary health centre. While sitting inside the van, the mobile phone of Ali rang and he got down from the van to receive the call. Also Read – Centuries-old Durga Pujas continue to be hit among revellersA few minutes later, all of a sudden, other police personnel heard a shot and got down from the van. They saw Ali lying on the ground, bleeding profusely. He was immediately rushed to Dolua primary health centre where the doctor declared him brought dead. Ali was shot on his head just beside the ear. Some local residents who had came out from their houses after hearing the gunshot claimed that two persons were seen running away from the spot. Questions were raised about the fact that why the other police personnel were not able to see anybody if the locals could. Ali’s family members are pointing fingers at his colleagues who were performing night patrolling with him. Later Ali’s body was sent to Islampur Sub-Divisional Hospital for autopsy examination. His family members demanded a videography during the autopsy examination.last_img read more