A case involving two fueding Israeli brothers, that highlights the extensive corruption in the Bahamas judicial system, has started in the Court of Appeals.
Gucci and Louis Vuitton representatives are seeking compensation from the straw vendors who were arrested in New York for trafficking in counterfeit goods.
PLP MP Ryan Pinder’s law firm, Becker & Poliakoff, along with the Florida Community Association Journal has announced the call for entries in the 2011 “Florida Communities of Excellence Awards.
Two more of the nine straw vendors that were arrested in New York have pleaded guilty to charges of trafficking in counterfeit goods and were released after being sentenced to time served.
Bahamian lawyers who were criticized for serious misconduct by a senior Supreme Court judge were never disciplined by the Bahamas Bar Assocation.
Executives at Solomon’s Super Center are lobbying for changes in the law that would allow wine sales in local grocery stores.
Could the PLP be correct in saying that the Bahamas government is complicit in the trafficking of counterfeit goods?
The planned demonstration comes after a public outcry and condemnation of the company’s demolition of a family home in the Sir Lynden Pindling Estates.
Senior Supreme Court Justice Anita Allen has fired back at criticisms that the Bahamianisation of the judicial system has been a “colossal failure.”