Michael Robinson has been appointed Junior Vice President. He is the Senior Partner with Cunningham & Dickey in Belfast City and has held the post of Chairman of the Law Society’s Client Complaints Department and Council member from 2005.
People on the move: Michael Robinson
- Briton found hanged in French jail
- John F Kennedy was a fan of Hitler and Nazi Germany, diaries reveal
- People in water as bridge collapses
- Doctor used 'spy-cam' wristwatch to film himself abusing patients
- Good guy Zach Galifianakis: Hangover actor takes 87-year-old friend Mimi, who he saved from homelessness, to LA movie premiere
- Confused over Crues challenge
- FHM's sexiest women poll sees Mila Kunis knock Tulisa off her perch
- Call to halt golf resort plans
- Awesome Cannes: Russian model Irina Shayk and Alessandra Ambrosio dazzle at 'All is Lost' premiere
- Cannes femmes: Flashes and flesh on the red carpet as Irina Shayk and Alessandra Ambrosio shimmer at 'All is Lost' first night
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India steel firm in £1bn write-down
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Pubs operator in huge investment
Mitchells & Butlers, the UK's biggest operator of managed pubs placed upmarket, special occasions and family dining at the centre of an investment drive. The Harvester, O'Neill's and All Bar One owner set aside £30m in capital expenditure in the current year to October but it will rise to between £50m and £80m a year.