Shareholders are bringing legal action against Watchstone Group PLC, formerly Quindell, the AIM-listed company embroiled in one of the most contentious acquisition deals in legal sector history.Investors claim that they suffered losses as a result of misleading statements or omissions in Quindell’s representations to the London Stock Exchange which wrongly suggested the company was in good financial health.The claim alleges that Quindell provided misleading information and/or failed to disclose material facts to its auditors and that it overstated its revenues and profits, among other things.The claims will be brought pursuant to section 90A of the Financial Services and Markets Act 2000, which provides a remedy for misstatements and omissions by listed companies. Specialist litigation firm Harcus Parker sent a letter before action to Watchstone today.Last month, Watchstone settled Slater and Gordon’s £637m claim hours before a trial was due to begin. Slater and Gordon was suing the company for the full value of its 2015 acquisition – a purchase which was followed by a plunge in profits and the collapse of its parent company’s share price. Watchstone said it had spent around £6.6m on legal costs fighting the case.Watchstone was countersuing for £63m, arguing the acquisition was under-valued because of issues with disclosure in the build-up to the deal.A Serious Fraud Office investigation into Quindell is ongoing and the Financial Reporting Council has sanctioned two firms of auditors over their conduct in relation to the company’s accounts.Jennifer Morrissey, a partner at Harcus Parker, said: ‘We are rapidly building a cohort of shareholders who suffered significant losses when the share price collapsed when the truth started coming out, and we hope Watchstone will recognise the failures of its predecessor and compensate them without the need for a drawn-out legal fight.’A source close to Watchstone said the company ‘plans to vigorously defend itself against all such claims as appropriate’.
NewsRegional St Vincent cop shot while sleeping in police station by: – September 4, 2013 20 Views no discussions KINGSTOWN, St Vincent (CMC) – A senior police officer has been hospitalised after he was shot in the abdomen while he slept at a police facility east of Kingstown.Police said Sergeant Jimmy Jack, who is assigned to the Calliaqua Police Station, was sleeping at the police house in that town when he was shot by an unknown assailant.Jack received a bullet wound to the right section of his abdomen and injuries to fingers on his left hand.He is the second police officer to be attacked and shot at in St Vincent during the last three months.On June 13, a police officer was shot and injured as a robber relieved a postal worker of EC$100,000 (EC$1=US$0.37) in cash.Caribbean Media Corporation
“I promise to do my best para makatulong sa team. I know that they have a winning tradition since they were in the PBA D-League finals twice last season so I will do my part to contribute,” he added.Manday and Sumalacay were just two of the players picked by the Revellers along with Sean Manganti, Juan Gomez de Liano, William McAloney, Rey Suerte, John Saycon, Paul Soriano, Jasper Parker, Victor Nunez, Carlo de Chavez, and Jomari Presbitero.Montalbo, on the other hand, joins no. 1 pick Joshua Munzon, Fran Asuncion, Darwish Bederi, Alvin Fuentes, Virgilio Catequista, Nico Estibar, John Sayat, Drick Acosta, Nikon Alina, JR Dela Rosa, John Bacala, Zester Nave, Jonico Rosales, Arman Adviento, and Mark Jocson as Titans’ rookie selections.Revellers and Titans were just two of the 20 teams that will participate in the upcoming conference along with UAAP champions Ateneo de Manila University Blue Eagles and NCAA titlist San Beda University Red Lions./PN TWO Bacolodnons and one Ilonggo were among the 104 aspirants selected during the 2019 PBA Developmental League Rookie Draft on Tuesday afternoon at the PBA office in Quezon City.Bacolod City native Jeffrey Manday and Guimbal, Iloilo native Carl Sumalacay were picked by Che’lu Bar and Grill Revellers, while while former De La Salle University Green Archers’ Kirell Montalbo was drafted by AMA Online Education Titans.Manday, who led the Colegio de Sta. Ana de Victorias Titans in their NOPCSSCEA championship recently, said that he was thankful to the trust given to him by the Revellers despite him not available for the team until April.“To be honest, I did not expect to be drafted especially that hindi naman po ako sa Manila naglalaro so I am very thankful sa trust na ibinigay sa akin ng Revellers,” Manday said.
Sources say it may also receive an IMU. The Ducati Multistrada 950 is a more accessible option to Ducati’s sport-tourer line-up in both pricing and operations.Compared to its big brother the Multistrada 1260, the Multistrada 950 is much simpler. Riders do not have to contend with fiddling around with the electronics, that’s for sure. Indeed, we have come across many riders who don’t have any idea on what they’ve set on their bikes.Apart from that, the 950’s 113bhp power output is certainly easier to handle than the 158 bhp on the 1260.So, the Multistrada 950 is in some ways a better and more versatile bike. But it’s definitely time for an update to keep it in the game.Just as so, MCN spotted an updated Multistrada 950 undergoing road tests.The upper fairing now matches the Multistrada 1260’s and swingarm is of lighter grey than the current version.The engine looks similar outwardly, but the new bike will apparently receive a new hydraulic clutch. The Scrambler has gone that way, so we expect the Multistrada to follow suit. The engine may also be updated since there is a new Hypermotard on the way. If so, we ought to see a power increase to 120 bhp. There could be a bi-directional quickshifter, too.The new Multistrada 950 may well receive an Inertial Measurement Unit (IMU), enabling Cornering ABS and lean-sensitive traction control. These will open up the bike’s safety spectrum together with the present ride modes.–Ads– An updated Ducati Multistrada 950 has been spotted. The new bike should include a number of new features.
RelatedLady Tarpons clinch playoff spotBy LARRY GAGE Special to the PRESS The Port Isabel Lady Tarpon varsity hoops squad won their third straight district contest of the season Tuesday night, taking the measure of the Hidalgo Lady Pirates on the road, 46-39. In so doing the team guaranteed itself a playoff spot with one…January 31, 2013In “Sports”Lady Tarpons sweep HidalgoBY LARRY GAGE Special to the PRESS The Port Isabel Lady Tarpons volleyball team swept the Lady Pirates of Hidalgo in three sets Tuesday night in Tarpon Gym in their District 32-3A home opening match. Port Isabel won by scores of 25-18, 25-18, 25-16. With the win, the Lady Tarpons…October 10, 2013In “Sports”Tarpon players scoring high in last week’s gamesBy Constancio Martinez, Jr. This past Friday, the (18-6) Port Isabel boys’ basketball team beat the visiting La Grulla Gators 80-39. The team played great defense, had good ball movement and made several key 3-pointers. Kaiden Martinez led the team with 22 points and 10 rebounds. Daniel Rinza, Jr., also…January 24, 2020In “News” Share By LARRY GAGESpecial to the PRESSThe Hidalgo Lady Pirates took down the Port Isabel Lady Tarpons, 51-31, in a District 32-4A game at Tarpon Gym Tuesday night.With the loss Port Isabel’s record falls to 3-3 in district play, 10-15 overall.The Lady Tarpons took the early lead on a bucket by Gabby Murchison and led 2-1 in the fourth minute of the opening quarter.Want the whole story? Pick up a copy of the Port Isabel-South Padre Press, or subscribe to our E-Edition by clicking here.
Okinawa Monorail (japantimes.co.jp) Jepang, negara maju yang menjadi salah satu tujuan wisata pelancong dunia, baik dari Eropa hingga kawasan Asia sendiri. Salah satunya adalah pelancong asal Cina, yang menyumbang 25,6 persen pengunjung asing pada 2017 lalu ke Jepang.Baca juga: Tap Ponsel Pintar, Satu Detik Masuk Stasiun Tanpa Antri TiketDengan jumlah pelancong Cina yang datang ke Jepang cukup banyak, maka sistem monorail Okinawa dibuat mudah oleh Urban Monorail Inc. Dimana perusahaan ini melakukan uji coba pembayaran ongkos kereta dengan platform berbasis kode Quick Respons (QR) yang dibuat oleh Alipay yang merupakan anak perusahaan China’s Alibaba Group. KabarPenumpang.com melansir dari laman japantimes.co.jp (21/6/2018), Hadirnya platform Alipay dengan kode QR nantinya bisa memberikan kenyamanan dan kemudahan bagi pelancong asal Cina. Percobaan dilakukan pada Jumat (20/6/2018) di Yui Rail Okinawa yang dimana penumpang saat melalui gerbang hanya menunjukkan kode QR tersebut pada layar ponsel mereka.Sehingga para pelancong Cina akan dimudahkan tanpa harus lagi membeli tiket kertas. Hadirnya Alipay sendiri merupakan kerjasama Alibaba affiliate Ant Financial Japan dan empat perusahaan lainnya untuk membuat Okinawa Urban ini menjadi sistem gerbang kereta api Jepang pertama yang menggunakan sistem pembayaran elektronik dari luar negeri.“Monorail yang menghubungkan Bandara Naha di Okinawa dengan pusat kota saat ini sudah memiliki sistem gerbang yang bisa membaca kode QR. Ini yang membuat uji coba lebih mudah dilakukan,” ujar juru bicara Orix Corp yang akan menjadi operator Alipay di Jepang.Seorang pejabat Ant Financial Jepang mengatakan, percobaan ini sendiri hanya akan menargetkan pada pelancong Cina. Diketahui, hingga kini lebih dari 50 ribu toko di Jepang sudah menggunakan Alipay yang menerima pembayaran mobile dengan keterkaitan rekening Bank di Cina.Baca juga: Tingkatkan Keselamatan, Jepang Luncurkan Pemindai QR Code di Peron Kereta Bawah Tanah“Akun Alipay pelancong Cina yang menggunakan kereta api Okinawa hanya ada satu persen,” ujar Penanggung Jawab Proyek Urban Monororail di Okinawa, Masaki Oshiro.Oshiro menambahkan, ada baiknya untuk kedepan, Jepang memiliki berbagai metode pembayaran seperti Alipay. Sebab ini bisa memudahkan pelancong dan tidak harus memaksa mereka untuk menukar mata uang tunai dan membeli tiket.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Like this:Like Loading… RelatedAlipay Siap Ganti Sistem Pembayaran MTR Hong Kong dengan Scan QR Code23/11/2018In “Darat”Famipay Hadir di Jepang, Akankah Hadir di FamilyMart Indonesia?31/12/2018In “Basis Aplikasi”Pelancong Asing Dibuat Bingung, Cina Gunakan QR Code untuk Mayoritas Transaksi via Alipay dan WeChat12/11/2019In “Basis Aplikasi”
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Immaculate Conception High School is known mostly for its academic achievements, but the school from Constant Spring Road has enjoyed good results in track and field in the past, finishing third in 1999 at the Girls’ Championships with several top-five finishes to their credit as well.After seeing their performances drop for several years, the school, which has produced the likes of Danielle Jeffrey, Samantha Elliot, Misha Gaye Dacosta, and Jeanine Williams, is once again on the rise and come March 26-30 at the ISSA/GraceKennedy Boys and Girls Athletics Championships, they should be one of the top teams from the Corporate Area with a top-10 finish a likely outcome. This would represent improvement on their 12th-place effort last year.Immaculate has been very competitive in the lower classes all season, including at the Gibson McCook Relays, where they had top-three finishes in Class Three and Four 4x100m relays. They cemented their good form with with an impressive showing at the recent Digicel/Anthrick Corporate Area Development Meet, where they finished a good second behind Excelsior High . “It was a wonderful experience for the girls, and they are all thrilled with this, and it is a confidence-booster for them going into the Championships in two weeks,” said Franz Ford, who has guided the track and field programme for the past eight years. “We are expecting a good show from all the girls, especially the younger ones, as they are giving signals, and we are trying to develop from Class Four right up,” said Ford. “It is very difficult for us to have a strong senior unit because by the time our girls reach sixth form, they do leave so we lose most of them in Class Two or first year Class One.” Armstrong creating waves One of his charges this year in Jounee Armstrong, who is creating waves among Class Four athletes after producing some of the best results in 100m, 200m, long and high jump in the class and was in immaculate form at the Corporate Area Championships, winning the 200m and the long jump. In the long jump, she produced an eye-popping 5.85 metres – the longest-ever distance by a Class Four athlete.“Jounee is a hard worker. She is coming from Vaz Prep, where she had a very good coach, and I am just adding to what he had done. She is not a hard athlete to deal with. She takes instructions very well, and the sky’s the limit for her,” Ford said.He also expects good performances from the likes of Lori Choy in the long and high jumps along with Misha-Jade Samuels in the high jump in Class Four, Onanda Lowe and Gabrielle Lyn in Class Three sprints, Hughasia Fyffe in the sprints in Class Three, Danielle Sloley in the throws in Class One, and team captain Shantelle Riley in Class One sprints. Ford is definitely aiming for a top-10 finish at Champs this time around.“Last year, we finished 12th with 37 points, and our aim was to hit the 80 points mark, but that did not work out as planned, and we want to do so this time, and wherever that puts us, we will be quite content with that as it’s about small steps at a time as we do not have a big squad, but we do have quality girls,” said Ford. “I am calling on our old girls and supporters to come out and give the girls your support as the athletes have been feeling the support all year long, and we want them to continue doing so because they really like to hear their voices in the crowd. This really helps to motivate them.”
Todd PolitzLSU Director of Digital MediaGAINESVILLE, Fla. — In a back-and-forth game in The Swamp, the Florida Gators scored with eight minutes remaining and held off the LSU Tigers, 27-19, on Saturday.LSU (5-1, 2-1 SEC) suffered its first defeat of the 2018 season while facing three ranked teams away from Tiger Stadium in its first six games. Florida improved to 5-1 overall and 4-1 in SEC play.LSU dropped from No. 5 in the AP Top 25 to No. 13 on Sunday. Florida jumped from No. 22 to No. 14. “Put it on me,” LSU coach Ed Orgeron said. “It’s always going to be my fault. Give them the credit when we win. When we lose, it’s always my fault. I’m the boss. I’ve got to get them better, and that’s it.” LSU linebacker Devin White, a former North Webster star, didn’t see it the same way.“It’s not on him, because he’s not out there playing,” said White, who finished with 9 tackles, including 1.5 for loss. “We had a great game plan. It’s on us, because we didn’t execute it. I’ll never let Coach put it on him when we’re the ones out there playing. They spend countless hours putting everything together. All we have to do is go out there and execute it.”With 11:14 remaining, LSU took a 19-14 lead after running back Nick Brossette’s second touchdown of the game. However, the Tigers two-point attempt was batted away and Florida answered with a nine-play, 75-yard drive to take earn a 20-19 lead.Florida earned the final margin with 1:45 to play when Burrow threw his first interception in 160 pass attempts as a Tiger. Florida’s Brad Stewart Jr. returned it 25 yards for a touchdown.Brossette netting 95 rushing yards on 15 carries, while Clyde Edwards-Helaire added 55 yards on 13 carries.Burrow was 19-of-34 passing for 192 yards. He was sacked five times for minus-30 yards, but finished with 22 net rushing yards. Derrick Dillon had a team-high four catches for 42 yards, while Justin Jefferson added three catches for 51 yards.In a statistically-even contest, Florida outgained LSU, 391-372. LSU had three turnovers while Florida had one.LSU returns home to start a three-game homestand, beginning Saturday with a 2:30 p.m. CT kickoff against No. 2 Georgia. The game will be televised by CBS and broadcast on the LSU Sports Radio Network beginning at 12:30 p.m.Perfect-Dating.comAre You Ready to Meet Cool Guys in Tung Chung?Perfect-Dating.com|SponsoredSponsoredUndoTheTopFiveVPNThe Secret Netflix Doesn’t Want You To Know To Unblock RestrictionsTheTopFiveVPN|SponsoredSponsoredUndoAspireAbove.comRemember Abby from NCIS? Take A Deep Breath Before You See How She Looks NowAspireAbove.com|SponsoredSponsoredUndoNews gadgetThis watch takes the whole country by storm! it’s price? Ridiculous!News gadget|SponsoredSponsoredUndoTheTopFiveVPNThe Trick Netflix Doesn’t Want You To Know To Unlock RestrictionsTheTopFiveVPN|SponsoredSponsoredUndoCelebsland.com9 Celebrity Before-And-After Plastic Surgery DisastersCelebsland.com|SponsoredSponsoredUndo
All Activity 0 Sports Logo News In general terms, the answer is an unequivocal “No.”Think about it – does Boston Market have to shell out to the city of New York because they have locations there? Of course not. Pro sports teams are no different…UNLESS…they have a contractual agreement that stipulates the team will have a specific name, such as the Angels deal with the City of Anaheim to use their stadium. Share this post JBPerry Sign in to follow this Go To Topic Listing A question about team names By charger77, September 22, 2006 in Sports Logo News Recommended Posts Link to post 158 charger77 (edited) 65 Members 0 27,087 posts Posted September 22, 2006 839 posts Share on other sites Location:Pleasant Grove,Dallas,Texas,USA hecticbro Link to post 0 Members I seem to remember when the Bears were talking about moving to da burbs a few years back that Mayor Dailey threatened to take legal action preventing the team from using the name Chicago unless they played within the city limits.That is the only type of leverage thing that I can think of, and despite some of his corrupt actions I side with Da Mayor on this one. That strategy worked out well for Anaheim, don’t you think? CC97 0 In general terms, the answer is an unequivocal “No.”Think about it – does Boston Market have to shell out to the city of New York because they have locations there? Of course not. Pro sports teams are no different… Uhhhh….Wha? please elaborate. Share this post 158 Share on other sites Share this post Admin Posted September 22, 2006 Share this post Forums Home Link to post 0 iowahoo 0 Sports Logos Members offthepost 158 Sports Logos Share this post Location:Toronto 0 0 Location:Charleston, SC Share this post powersurge A question about team names 43 43 Posted September 23, 2006 Cyclopsis Joe Members Share on other sites 0 hecticbro Link to post The city of Anaheim helped pay for the ballpark down there (I believe) and as part of the agreement on the lease, the team was required to use “Anaheim” in its team name for 15 years or something. The ownership wanted to move in more on the greater Los Angeles market, though, and tried to weasel out of the deal. It resulted in the ridiculous Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim moniker, which satisfied the courts somehow. 0 Posted September 22, 2006 0 0 Share this post Posted September 23, 2006 Share on other sites Link to post 0 528 posts Location:Michigan Mac the Knife 6,091 posts Link to post Share on other sites 0 0 Share on other sites 65 Location:Bloody Eighth. Followers 0 CCSLC Resident Atheist Does a team owe the city or state money for naming rights?For example, to the Toronto Maple Leafs owe the City money for using Toronto in its logo and merchandise? The could just as easily be The Mapel Leafs?This isnt a Toronto specific question. It applies to all sports teams.Just CuriousThanks,Dan You would think the City of Dallas would have something like that, especially since the ‘Boys play in Irving (which however is in Dallas County) and they’re about to move to Arlington (which is in Tarrant County, not Dallas) SportsLogos.Net well at least there’s baseball charger77 Yeah, offthepost, there was some legal wrangling. The Angels wanted to be called “Los Angeles” because it sounds cooler, but the city of Anaheim didn’t like it, since they play in Anaheim (and I believe it says in their contract that they have to be Anaheim) so they just did both.Therefore, the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim. Members Share on other sites Members Edited September 23, 2006 by powersurge 18,373 posts RickV 32 posts A question about team names Does a team owe the city or state money for naming rights?For example, to the Toronto Maple Leafs owe the City money for using Toronto in its logo and merchandise? The could just as easily be The Mapel Leafs?This isnt a Toronto specific question. It applies to all sports teams.Just CuriousThanks,Dan Members 1,247 Sign in to follow this The only place i can think of that trademarked their name is Kentucky. 0 1,716 Share on other sites Location:Portland, Oregon Share this post Mac the Knife I seem to remember when the Bears were talking about moving to da burbs a few years back that Mayor Dailey threatened to take legal action preventing the team from using the name Chicago unless they played within the city limits.That is the only type of leverage thing that I can think of, and despite some of his corrupt actions I side with Da Mayor on this one. 43 Link to post JBPerry CC97 0 0 powersurge Members 0 Link to post Share on other sites Link to post 0 RickV Cyclopsis Joe 0 1,247 Posted September 22, 2006 Share on other sites The Creamer 4,202 posts 0 0 offthepost Share this post 1,830 posts 0 0 Link to post Share this post 65 iowahoo All Activity 408 posts 1,247 as a side note… what about the whole rhubarb about the anaheim angels.. and now how they have incorporated los angeles and anaheim into their name.. not sure about all the legalize…but i recall some stuff around that name change..maybe someone can fill it in.. Posted September 23, 2006 16,158 posts Posted September 22, 2006 1,716 This topic is now closed to further replies. Posted September 23, 2006 Followers 0 Posted September 22, 2006 SportsLogos.Net Forums Home My son also happens to be named Bort! Members Sports Logo News 1,716