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Solicitors have been invited to help shape the government’s effort to promote the UK legal sector at the world’s largest legal conference this autum. Lord Keen of Elie QC, advocate general for Scotland, will represent UK legal services at IBA 2016, the annual conference of the International Bar Association which will take place in Washington DC from 18-23 September.Lord Keen is hosting a webinar at 13:30-14:30 on Wednesday 22 June to discuss opportunities for UK legal services companies to get involved in and shape his visit programme, which is intended to highlight the UK as the premier destination for legal and professional serviceds investors. Joining him on the webinar will be Joe Bell, operations director, International Bar Association, London and Daniel Marks, vice consul, UK Trade & Investment, British Embassy, Washington DC. It will include a Q&A session. Register online here.
Several months ago, Williams’ management revealed that it was considering selling part or all of its F1 team to finally solve years of financial problems that it had failed to resolve. After the unit took the last position in the Constructors’ Cup in the previous two seasons, its income has fallen even more.Williams has now announced that the team’s strategic rescue plan, launched in late May, has led to its sale to Dorilton Capital. The team’s board, including Frank Williams himself, unanimously supported the move to ensure Williams’ long-term survival and future success.New York-based Dorilton Capital has so far been involved in industries such as healthcare, engineering and industry.The statement also says the new owners respect the team’s historic legacy, which is why it will continue to be called “Williams”, as it has been since the unit was founded by Frank Williams and Patrick Heds in the 1970s. In its history as a team, it has participated in 737 F1 World Championship stages, winning 114 victories and gaining 312 pedestals. Williams has also won the Constructors’ Cup nine times and seven pilots have become F1 champions.Resources used:Motorsport.com: F1 News, MotoGP, NASCAR,…
Dallas quarterback Dak Prescott completed 25 of his 32 passes for 405 yards with four touchdowns in the win. Make that 4 TD passes for @Dak! #NYGvsDAL pic.twitter.com/XpMFUqqYEd— FOX Sports: NFL (@NFLonFOX) September 8, 2019The Cowboys are set to face the Redskins on the road in Week 2. “Obviously, I was a little rusty,” Elliott said, via the Dallas Morning News. “I didn’t play the best game. I have a lot I can improve on. But that’s going to take time, and it’s about getting more reps and being out there longer.” Related News Titans’ Delanie Walker: Browns are ‘who we thought they were’ Elliott split carries with Tony Pollard — they each received 13 — and finished with 53 yards on the ground in Dallas’ 35-17 victory. He scored his first touchdown of the season on a 10-yard run in the third quarter. It’s time to feast 🍽@EzekielElliott scores his first TD of the season! #NYGvsDAL pic.twitter.com/Md6YYz1Cvn— FOX Sports: NFL (@NFLonFOX) September 8, 2019“I thought Zeke did a good job,” Cowboys coach Jason Garrett said after the game. “Obviously, he missed a lot of time in training camp and practiced just three days this past week, so we wanted to be mindful of how many reps we gave him in the game. I thought we did a pretty good job of that. He ended up being in a couple of longer drives in the first half, so I think he got up over 35 snaps in the game. But it seemed like he handled it well.”It looked like he ran the way Zeke runs. I know over time, when he practices a little bit more and gets a little more game experience, he’ll get more comfortable. But he’s a really good football player, and it’s good to have him back.” Ezekiel Elliott doesn’t think he had his best performance Sunday. The 24-year-old star was back in the Cowboys’ backfield in their Week 1 win over the Giants after holding out for the entire preseason. Elliott, who signed a six-year, $90 million extension last week, was asked to evaluate his play against New York during a postgame press conference. Baker Mayfield confident Browns ‘are going to bounce back’ after loss to Titans Dolphins deny report players have requested trades after blowout Week 1 loss to Ravens