Criminal justice DNA Crisis

Forensic testing tampering crisisQuestions have been raised over the privatisation of the Forensic Science Service after the company that has been carrying out tests, Randox Testing Services (RTS), was accused of deliberately manipulating samples, possibly to hit performance targets. Rogue scientists are feared to have doctored the forensic test results of hundreds of innocent people…

DNDLAW News – Amazon accused of failure over fraud

Amazon has been accused of failing to stop fraud on customers’ accounts, raising questions about whether its pursuit of easier one-click ordering and super-speedy delivery is leaving people vulnerable to hackers. For its part, Amazon says its systems are secure and contends that problems occur when customers are lax with their log-in information. A spokesman…

Brexit and litigation 

What Brexit means for Litigation EU rules on jurisdiction, recognition of judgments and the service of process in other EU member states will disappear, said the London office of Paul Hastings, a US law firm. Likewise, rules covering applicable law regarding contractual and non-contractual obligations would go. DNDLAW Solicitors  Donnelly Neary & Donnelly offer a…

England and Ireland best for divorce 

 English courts still attractive to dependent divorcing spousesFinancially dependent spouses are still better off divorcing in England than in most other jurisdictions around the world, a landmark report released yesterday maintains. Courts in England and Wales are the fifth most sympathetic to dependent ex-spouses in relation to continuing maintenance arrangements, after India, California, Singapore and…

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