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first_img Facebook 25 Laois Junk Kouture entries need your ‘lifeline votes’ WhatsApp 25 Laois Junk Kouture entries from four different schools are battling it out for the five Lifeline places available to progress to the next stage of the competition.Last week, it was announced that 12 designs from Scoil Chriost Ri, Heywood CS, Mountrath CS and Mountmellick Community School had made it to the semi finals of the prestigious competition.Laois are in the South East Region from which 75 semi finalists were chosen last week.Scoil Chriost Ri led the way with five through so far (Canine99, Coral-line, Peace Unfolds, Wonder Wool and Back to Your Roots) and they have another five in the lifeline vote.Heywood are next with three through (Interior Matters Most, Be Odd Be Different and Wired) while they have eight in this vote.Mountmellick CS (Bee Strawng and Reina de los Mares) have two and another five in for the Lifeline vote.Mountmellick CS also have two straight through (Thread Together and Milkmaid) while seven others are battling for the Lifeline Vote.All of those looking for a Lifeline Vote are listed below while the link to vote for them is here. Once registered, you can select South East and Laois to bring up all the creations.Best of luck to all – voting concludes on Friday!MOUNTRATH COMMUNITY SCHOOL Soak it UpTeam: Triona Chambers, Claudine Moore , Leanne DowlingSparks FlyTeam: Karla Whelan, Grace Page, Lorna PhelanPast Your EyesTeam: Eimear Murphy, Siobhan Cunningham, Orlaith MeadeWired UpTeam: Aine kealy, Vickie Bergin, Grace KellySweet dreamsTeam: Aine Higgins , Zach Cuddy, Grainne CarrollTree of lifeTeam: Caoimhe Williams, rishona cuddy, Ciara FitzpatrickKlimtspirationTeam: Bláthnaid BennettSCOIL CHRIOST RIChild’s Mind Team: Lauren McGinley, Chloe MillsRodeo Rouge Team: Abbie Hearns , Tara Maher, Emma McEvoyRoaring Reflection Team: Leah Nolan, Anna Crean, Aoibheann NolanLeaf Me AloneWired Team: Aoife Bartley, Jill Garvey, Isabelle PeachamMOUNTMELLICK COMMUNITY SCHOOLCrave The WaveTeam: Caitlin Murphy, Annalise Benejam Kavanagh, Ava TaylorFestive Madness Team: Aisling Daly, Makenzie Leia BrooksFirey Kind of Love Team: Hannah Heffernan, Avril MaloneBeauty and the BassTeam: Siofra Lovegrove, Ellen Comerford, Ciaran CampbellAll Tied Up Team: Caoimhe Byrne, Nicole Wall, Hannah DunneHEYWOOD COMMUNITY SCHOOLInternet SensationTeam: Hannah MillerFrosted TearsTeam: Charlotte Hogan , Chloe RyanThe Fresh Prince of Belt AirTeam: Orla Dunne, Cora Wilkie, Ruth CarrollRing a ring a rosieTeam: Leanne GleesonRuffle up a PartyTeam: Katie EnrightLucid DreamingTeam: Muireann Okeeffe, Jade DonnellyPage TurnerTeam: Lauren PowerEggspress YourselfTeam: Emily GoodeSEE ALSO – Laois beauty to represent Ireland at London Fashion Week Pinterest Home News 25 Laois Junk Kouture entries need your ‘lifeline votes’ News GAA By Megan Shiel – 4th February 2020 Facebook Twitter Twitter TAGSJunk Kouture WhatsApp RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR News Pinterest Previous articleLaois beauty to represent Ireland at London Fashion WeekNext articleIn Pictures: Laois duo enjoy huge success at Intel Grand Final Megan ShielMegan is currently studying English and New Media at the University of Limerick. A Raheen native, she’s happiest when talking sport, especially soccer but just don’t mention the 2019 champions league final Laois Councillor ‘amazed’ at Electric Picnic decision to apply for later date for 2021 festival Electric Picnic Bizarre situation as Ben Brennan breaks up Fianna Fáil-Fine Gael arrangement to take Graiguecullen-Portarlington vice-chair role 2020 U-15 ‘B’ glory for Ballyroan-Abbey following six point win over Killeshin last_img read more


first_imgHomeFeaturedTwo rulings go against Shekhter/NMS in ongoing property dispute Feb. 27, 2019 at 5:00 amFeaturedNewsTwo rulings go against Shekhter/NMS in ongoing property disputeMatthew Hall2 years agoNewsAn artist’s rendering of a mixed-use housing project on Fifth Street built by NMS Properties, one of Santa Monica’s most active housing developers. (Rendering courtesy of NMS Properties) Developer Neil Shekhter and his company NMS lost another two rounds in court recently in the long running battle over several Santa Monica rental properties. In the first of two separate rulings, a judge ruled against a request from Shekhter regarding the opposing attorneys representing hedge fund AEW in their dispute over ownership of several buildings. In the second hearing a judge finalized a tentative ruling stating AEW had the right to sell the buildings and the current owners have legal right to the property. Both rulings stem from a case involving a 2010 joint venture agreement between Shekhter and AEW to build and manage nine properties in Santa Monica and West Los Angeles. Shekhter tried to buy out AEW with a payment of $60 million plus interest. However, AEW refused to accept the buyout money and NMS filed a lawsuit over the ownership of the properties.During litigation, the trial court found Shekhter destroyed his personal computer, deleted files and failed to produce several devices that had access to the details of the joint venture. The court also said the Plaintiffs, including Shekhter, had forged documents related to the case.Shekhter had accused attorneys Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher (GDC), who represent AEW in the case, of inappropriately gaining access to documents that were stored on a flash drive given to the defendants as part of the evidentiary process. The court dismissed that accusation saying the documents were not covered by attorney-client privilege and that the Plaintiffs should have known they would be accessed when they turned over the drive. “In addition, the Court was examining GDC’s use of the documents in circumstances in which the Plaintiffs were engaged in the use of computers to forge documents and conceal information,” said the ruling. “The Court subsequently found that the Plaintiffs’ widespread discovery abuse had infected the entire proceeding and that it had irreparably injured the Defendants’ ability to prepare a defense. The Plaintiffs had provided the documents on a thumb drive for forensic analysis. In these circumstances, it was foreseeable to a reasonably prudent person that GDC would discover the documents on the thumb drive when the forensic analysis occurred. As a result, the Court found that, in circumstances where it is foreseeable that the documents would be discovered, the Plaintiffs’ conduct in producing a thumb drive containing deleted litigation documents for a forensic analysis without taking precautions was a waiver.”Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher LLP partner James Fogelman said the ruling concluded Shekhter’s claims against AEW in that case. “We are grateful for the Court’s ruling,” he said. “Nobody should be allowed to forge documents, commit perjury or destroy evidence in a civil suit, let alone do all three.” Four days after that ruling, a judge formalized his opinion that neither Shekhter or NMS have ownership or management rights to the properties. Attorneys for the new owners, SPI Holdings, had argued that NMS/Shekhter did not own the properties, did not manage the properties, had no right to hold themselves out as managers for the properties, had no right to control the buildings, cannot take rent from tenants, cannot enter/occupy the buildings and that SPI are the sole owners of the properties. Judge Lawrence Cho agreed with those claims despite arguments from attorneys representing Shekhter/NMS that a pending accusation of fraud against AEW had to be resolved before determining ownership. “We respectfully disagree with the judge’s decision and plan to appeal,” said Shekhter/NMS spokesman Eric Rose. “We still feel very good about our case, and we feel very confident in our positions and prevailing.”[email protected] Tags :Newsshare on Facebookshare on Twitteradd a commentDomestic violence series features Santa Monica immigrantBrake complaints accelerate for e-scootersYou Might Also LikeFeaturedNewsBobadilla rejects Santa Monica City Manager positionMatthew Hall8 hours agoNewsCouncil picks new City ManagerBrennon Dixson19 hours agoFeaturedNewsProtesting parents and Snapchat remain in disagreement over child protection policiesClara Harter19 hours agoFeaturedNewsDowntown grocery to become mixed use developmenteditor19 hours agoNewsBruised but unbowed, meme stock investors are back for moreAssociated Press19 hours agoNewsWedding boom is on in the US as vendors scramble to keep upAssociated Press19 hours agolast_img read more