October 17, 2019

Congrats to Cayman Islands graduates

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An impressive group of 28 Civil Servants earned university-level qualifications last Thursday (1 November) amid cheers and accolades from family and friends at the University College of the Cayman Islands (UCCI). This is the eighth group to graduate from the Civil Service College (CSC) which offers civil servants access to free-education, including university-level courses. Graduates […]

Why the Caribbean should [have] celebrate[d] World Oceans Day on June 8

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By Alexander Girvan and Cherise Trotman From teleSUR Alexander Girvan and Cherise Trotman, of the Association of Caribbean States’ Caribbean Sea Commission, explain why we should all observe World Oceans Day. June 8 is World Oceans Day, intended to help us better understand and appreciate the big blue blanket which covers over 70 percent of […]

University College of the Cayman Islands received 3D printer from CSC

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Thanks to Cayman Spirits Company (CSC), students at the University College of the Cayman Islands can now look forward to using a cutting-edge device that encourages collaboration, enhances critical-thinking and problem-solving skills whilst providing a fun element towards learning. Recently, UCCI received a brand new Robo-R2 3D printer from the local distillers which will further […]

Caribbean’s Logic to radically transform marketing and customer support efficiency and effectiveness with Calix Cloud

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From MTS Subscriber Experience Focused Service Provider Turns To Calix Marketing Cloud And Calix Support Cloud To Delight Its Subscribers And Streamline Internal Operations Calix, Inc, the world leader in Subscriber Driven Intelligent Access, announced that Logic, one of the Caribbean’s premier service providers, has selected Calix Marketing Cloud (CMC) and Calix Support Cloud (CSC) to enhance existing GigaCenter deployments and deliver an […]

Ireland: Expert Evidence: The importance of proper consideration

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Article by Dudley Solan, Peter Lennon, Daniel Scanlon, Graham O’Doherty, Nicholas Cole and Enda O’Keeffe, Maples and Calder A recent Privy Council decision looks at how courts must treat the evidence of expert witnesses (Caribbean Steel Co Ltd v Price Waterhouse (A Firm) [2013] UKPC 18). In this case the plaintiff (“CSC”) acquired a majority […]