The Blackbeard’s Cay development has been allowed to proceed without legal or regulatory requirements and poses a threat to the environment and marine mammals.
Attorney General Allyson Maynard Gibson recommended that judges be held accountable for long delays in “rendering judgments.”
Of all the things Bahamians pay attention to – politics, what’s hot in fashion, cool in music, new in smart phones and viral on YouTube – one critical area is woefully overlooked and frequently shunned.
A Nassau Institute think-tank executive is concerned Bahamians will have to foot a growing bill to support bureaucracies the nation is being forced to create through international trade commitments.
Senior aviation attorney Llewellyn Boyer-Cartwright has been invited by the Aircraft Registry of Aruba to speak at the 2013 Aeropodium offshore aircraft conference scheduled for later this year.
In 2007 the Banks and Trust Companies (Private Trust Companies) Regulations (“the Act”) introduced a light touch regulatory regime for private trust companies in The Bahamas.
Despite a Coroner’s Court jury ruling that 20-year-old Aaron Rolle was unlawfully killed while in custody at the Southern Police Station, the accused officers were not arrested.
Facebook is free for all, but it doesn’t mean that we are liberated to slander others with impunity – or to make vile threats against brothers and sisters without consequences.
The Grand Bahama Port Authority, Limited (GBPA) announces the promotion of Karla McIntosh to the position of Senior Legal Counsel.