Furniture giant MFI was accused yesterday of "sharp practices
and misleading shoppers With its sale advertising.
This amounts to Statesponsored sharp practice
MARC MacSHARRY yesterday
Assistant Minister for Health Ken Wyatt said these measures were designed to nip any non-compliance or sharp practices
in the bud before they became a major problem.
As Lord Justice Leveson was quick to point out, regional newspapers do not indulge in sharp practice
"I shared the hostility of local people and small businesses towards such sharp practice
, and I am glad that it will soon be a thing of the past.
Treasury Minister David Gauke will tell the Policy Exchange think tank on Monday that scheme operators will be "named and shamed" for sharp practice
We continually hear of campaigns and funding to encourage new folk to 'come racing', as well as feeble attempts to stamp out this sharp practice
. It is these very newcomers who are most vulnerable to being abused in this manner.
Avoiding the "sharp practice
" that my mentors so disliked will, in my opinion, go a long way toward changing the very negative perception that so many nonlawyers (and lawyers!) have of us.
You're used to cutting edge advice from me - now here's a little sharp practice
'I want to advise teachers and staff to shun absenteeism, truancy, lateness to duties and others sharp practice
capable of affecting their productivity, the standard of education in this area and the state at large.
If you're the victim of sharp practice
I want to hear about it.
As recent events have shown, this makes corruption and sharp practice
difficult to police and control.