Volume 91 - March 2014
In this issue:
- Distributors -what is reasonable notice to terminate?
- Criminal shortage prompts prison reform
- Annual Cartoon Caption Competition
- New book
Editor and Author of The Law is an Ass...Make Sure it Doesn't Bite Yours!
Distributors -what is reasonable notice to terminate?
At some stage, you must accept that it is not your product which is to blame but it is your distributor’s fault. They have tried to mask their own performance by ungratefully passing on customer complaints about quality and short deliveries.
Criminal Shortage Prompts Law Reform
Q. With falling crime rates and the creeping de-criminalisation of drugs, will our prisons be almost empty soon?
A. There has never been a shortage of people to persecute and incarcerate. I am sure we will think of something. For instance, many in the legal profession have always felt that children, especially teenagers, would gain from a custodial sentence.
Extract from - I'll have the law on you -unmitigated advice on law and lawyers by John Fytit AO to be published later this year.
2014 Annual Legal Cartoon Competition
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ROOM TO LET
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New Book coming soon "I'll have the law on you" unmitigated advice on law and lawyers by John Fytit AO
When your lawyer tells you that the courts will apply a four point test to your legal issue, do you tune out before he reaches point two?
Lawyers, do you long to give the unrestrained legal advice that your clients deserve but have held yourself back for thirty years? Are your clients man enough to hear it (even the women)?
If you have answered “yes” to any of these questions, you are ready to read "I'll have the law on you" where John Fytit AO gives his unbridled views. Click here for further extracts.
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