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Local usher sues regional JLSC

The Regional Judicial and Legal Services Commission (RJLSC) for the Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ) has been sued locally by an employee at the court’s headquarters in Port-of-Spain. Attorneys representing usher Oscar Peters yesterday filed the judicial review lawsuit against the commission, which appoints judges to the CCJ and manages its human resources. In the claim, Peters is contending that the RJLSC breached nature justice, procedural fairness and its own regulations when it went ahead to initiate disciplinary proceedings against him based on an alleged flawed investigative report. The filing of the case coincided with a hearing of the disciplinary tribunal, which was...

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Sawh alleges Medical Board ‘biased,’ wants complaints quashed

SAN Fernando-based doctor Dr Avinash Sawh is complaining of apparent bias on the part of the council of the Medical Board. On Tuesday, Sawh's attorney Martin George wrote to Dr Lesley Roberts, acting president of the board, accusing the council of descending into the arena by actively seeking and encouraging complaints to be filed against his client. “Such acts deprive the council of all appearance of fairness, impartiality, objectivity and neutrality in these matters,” George charged as he gave the council until December 22 to say from whom it has solicited complaints. He also demanded the council stop inviting further complaints against Sawh...

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HISTORIC GROUND-BREAKING JUDICIAL REVIEW FILED AGAINST THE CCJ’s REGIONAL JUDICIAL & LEGAL SERVICES COMMISSION A landmark and historic case has been filed today in the High Court of Justice in Port of Spain against the Regional Judicial & Legal Services Commission, (RJLSC) which is the body that selects and appoints Judges to the Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ) and exercises supervisory control over the Caribbean Court of Justice for administrative and staff matters. This is the first matter of this kind to ever be filed against the Regional Judicial and Legal Services Commission anywhere in the Caribbean. Attorneys at Law MARTIN GEORGE...

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Medical Board still to decide on Sawh

IT has been over a month since San Fernando-based doctor Dr Avinash Sawh's rant went viral on social media, but a decision is yet to be made by the Medical Board. He submitted a report to the board on December 1, almost a week ago. Sawh was recorded making racist, obscene remarks to a female employee, for which he has since apologised. But five people, including Health Minister Terrence Deyalsingh, wrote to the board asking it to investigate possible disciplinary measures. The board eventually wrote to Sawh and his attorney Martin George asking him to provide an explanation for his rant. This 100-page explanation...

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Attorney tells THA education secretary: ‘You’ve been served’

Attorney Martin George said he is 100 per cent certain that the Division of Education, Innovation and Energy has been served court documents relating to a legal challenge by maxi taxi concessionaires. The concessionaires claim they are being discriminated against based on age and other issues and being offered only two-year contracts, despite serving for almost 30 years. Attorney Janelle Ramsaroop of Martin George and Company, threatened in a September pre-action protocol letter to initiate High Court action against the division and PTSC for judicial review of a decision to distribute “unreasonable and unfair” school transport contracts among the 31 operators...

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Actor, Health Minister file complaints against ‘racist’ doc

Attorney Martin George is today submitting responses to the TT Medical Board on the five complaints made against south doctor Avinash Sawh, now facing possible disciplinary action for his recent incendiary comments. Today is the deadline which the Board has set for the receipt of the responses. George confirmed the situation to Guardian Media over the weekend and yesterday. Sawh of Sawh’s Medical Associates was catapulted into the spotlight last month following a social media leak of a recording of him verbally abusing a female employee, using derogatory, discriminatory and racist language. The employee has since left his employ. Many have called for him to...

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Doctor submits 100-page explanation to Medical Board over ‘racist’ remarks

A doctor accused of using racist remarks against a former employee has submitted a response of more than 100 pages to the Medical Board, which is investigating his alleged conduct. Dr Avinash Sawh, who is based in San Fernando, is facing possible disciplinary measures. Clips of him making obscene, racist remarks went viral on social media last month and the doctor has since apologised for his remarks. The board had given Sawh and his attorney Martin George until Tuesday to respond to the five complaints. Speaking with Newsday on Tuesday, George said he and Sawh were "just about to submit" their responses. He said,...

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An eight year old boy in Tobago, is tonight unable to pursue his online classes at home, due to no ELECTRICITY . The situation however is no fault of the Trinidad and Tobago ELECTRICITY Commission, but a land developer in Tobago, who reneged on an agreement for sale in 2014, to develop the Williams Street Canaan area. Some twenty-two (22) lot owners are today affected in the community.Legal action is being taken in the matter, through Attorney at Law, Martin George and Company.Via Elizabeth Williams. Click here to view ...

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