I can understand your position if you’ve arrived at your 40s with no meaningful savings. You’ve probably just been through some expensive years. It’s not a cheap process to bring up children and buy a home to live in, for example. But, right now, there are some decent opportunities in the stock market. And I reckon those could be some of the best investments for 2020 and beyond.Here’s how you can find the best investments for 2020Of all the assets you could invest in, I reckon shares have the most potential. I’d shun Bitcoin, buy-to-let property and cash savings, for example, because shares have a long-term reputation for out-performing all other major classes of asset. And that being the case, you’ll have a potential tailwind behind you if you start an investment programme in shares and share-backed investments now.5G is here – and shares of this ‘sleeping giant’ could be a great way for you to potentially profit!According to one leading industry firm, the 5G boom could create a global industry worth US$12.3 TRILLION out of thin air…And if you click here we’ll show you something that could be key to unlocking 5G’s full potential…Bearing in mind you won’t qualify for the State Pension until you are closer to 70 than you are to 60, there’s a potential investing period of around 30 years ahead of you at 40. Indeed, many people invest to build up a pot of money capable of supplementing their income from their State Pension in retirement. And 30 years is a decent amount of time to get the ‘magic’ of compounding returns to work for you with shares.Key to success, I reckon, is to invest regularly. I’d set up a regular monthly payment to feed investments held within a tax-advantaged wrapper, such as a Self-Invested Personal Pension (SIPP), or a Stocks and Shares ISA. Then, I’d aim to fill those accounts with shares and funds that are capable of compounding returns over time.One of the opportunities in the stock market right now is its general depressed level caused by the coronavirus pandemic. Indeed, when share prices are lower and the underlying businesses are suffering from a temporary setback, we can often get more for our money with shares. That’s because valuations can shrink in troubled times. So, buying them can lead to gains as valuations rise again when the underlying businesses recover.Both a broad-brush and a focused approach can work wellYou can take a broad-brush approach to buying the lower level of the stock market by investing in funds. I’d go for trackers following the FTSE 100, FTSE 250 and America’s S&P 500, for example. If you select the accumulation version of each fund, the dividends will automatically be rolled back into your investment for you. And that will set you on the path to compounding your gains.The great thing about tracker funds is the costs are low. And you can invest in many of them with sums as small as £25. So, dripping a regular amount of money into your investments would work well. But as well as trackers, I’d look at managed funds, such as those run by Lindsell Train. And I’d also add a few carefully selected shares backed by individual companies.Right now, the housebuilder shares look depressed, for example. Yet the long-term future seems bright for those firms. I’d consider names such as Persimmon, Taylor Wimpey and Vistry, which could prove to be some of the best investments for 2020 and beyond. But they aren’t the only shares I’d consider. And if you dig into doing your own research, I’m sure you can uncover other decent investing opportunities in shares right now. 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The Anatomy of Fear This Monday on WOKB 1680AM Radio “LET’S TALK ABOUT IT” with Rod Love and Greg Jackson, the “Dynamic Duo” will have two (2) very special Orlando Florida Movers & Shakers, in-studio, men of the clergy, New Church of Faith, Senior Pastor Russ Beacham and The Experience Christian Center, Bishop-Elect Derrick L. McRae.Pastor Russ BeachamThe “Dynamic Duo” will be highlighting and discussing the goal these two pastors set out to accomplish this past Saturday with an ARMY of Faithful’s knocking on ten thousand (10,000k) doors in the Pine Hills community. Preaching, teaching and reaching SOMEBODY, ANYBODY and EVERBODY including those that believe they are NOBODY. With a singular objective, Change for the Better!Preaching on the value of unity, faith, economic development, crime prevention, education, and hope! Pastor Beacham and Bishop-Elect McRae teamed up with other pastors, congregate members and everyday residents to demonstrate that the clergy is ALIVE and ENGAGED and much needs to be discussed with community stakeholders, churchgoers, and non-church goers how to improve their quality of life.Pastor Derrick McRae Share on Facebook Tweet on Twitter Tune in as Greg Jackson and Rod Love tackle the tough issues of Black Voter turnout and ask the question is the Black Vote’s value synonymous with cryptocurrency having no physical form. Does it have value at the ballot box and how do you determine its value?Tune in early to WOKB 1680 AM Radio, Let’s Talk About It, w/ Rod Love & Greg Jackson with Events Producer, Ms. Zita on-air giving away free tickets to the Orlando International Jazz Festival taking place February 22nd at the spectacular Apopka Amphitheater from 4pm to 10pm. The Duo also has 1 set of Soul Fest tickets left to see Frankie Beverly, Anthony Hamilton, TANK, K. Michelle & Jacquees, hosted by Michael Baisden on March 28th at the Central Florida Fairgrounds.Let’s Talk Nation will also hear what “Nicole Knows”, these and other topics are discussed by two of the most-influential voices in Central Florida on the top-rated Monday Night radio talk show — LET’S TALK ABOUT IT!Join Rod Love, Greg Jackson and the entire Let’s Talk Nation on LET’S TALK ABOUT IT, every Monday from 7:00pm to 8:00pm on 1680am WOKB, online at www.wokbradio.com, on Facebook @letstalknationusa or call-in to 407-894-1680. LET’S TALK ABOUT IT is the can’t miss radio show that will blow you***** From Let’s Talk About it with Rod Love and Greg Jackson You have entered an incorrect email address! Please enter your email address here Free webinar for job seekers on best interview answers, hosted by Goodwill June 11 LEAVE A REPLY Cancel reply Please enter your comment! Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Support conservation and fish with NEW Florida specialty license plate Please enter your name here TAGSGreg JacksonLet’s Talk About ItRod Love Previous articleThe power of a song in a strange landNext articleHighest income earners in Florida taxed at 2.3% rate Denise Connell RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Rod LoveHosts Rod Love and Greg Jackson are well-known figures in Apopka. Love is a local businessman, was the co-chair of the Apopka Task Force against Violence, and was formerly the Orange County District 2 Commissioner. Jackson is a local attorney that ran for the Florida Legislature in 2016 for District 45, which includes a part of Apopka.The show airs on WOKB 1680AM on Mondays from 7-8 PM. You may also stream it online here.Let’s Talk About It describes itself as a show in search of results-oriented solutions. It tackles important subjects such as crime in urban communities, jobs, business growth, relationship with the police, transitioning from a mom and pop proprietorship to mom and pop incorporation and a whole lot of other action initiatives that affect the quality of life of individuals and families are the major focus. Its goal is to develop an understanding of the everyday needs and issues of people and assist in empowering them with the necessary information or motivation towards addressing such needs, all with the support of professionals or experts who will be the show’s guests.Greg Jackson Let’s Talk About It has an interactive style of information sharing that is both entertaining and educational. It acts as a vehicle for civic and faith-based organizations, small businesses and everyday citizens to be able to work together to foster a progressive development of communities’ interactivity with one another.To join the conversation tonight, call Let’s Talk About It at 407-894-1680.
“COPY” “COPY” Houses Photographs Projects Architects: Daniel Moreno Flores, Santiago Vaca Jaramillo Area Area of this architecture project CopyHouses•Quito, Ecuador Ecuador Project gallerySee allShow lessA Green Vision for Finland in 2070Architecture News15 Projects of Steel Stealing the ShowArticles Share Save this picture!© Andrés Villota Pelusa+ 30Curated by Clara Ott Share Photographs: Andrés Villota Pelusa, Santiago Vaca Jaramillo Orange Lemon House / Daniel Moreno Flores + Santiago Vaca JaramilloSave this projectSaveOrange Lemon House / Daniel Moreno Flores + Santiago Vaca Jaramillo Lead Architects: 2017 Daniel Moreno Flores – Santiago Vaca Jaramillo ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/917712/orange-lemon-house-daniel-moreno-flores Clipboard Area: 65 m² Year Completion year of this architecture project ArchDaily Orange Lemon House / Daniel Moreno Flores + Santiago Vaca Jaramillo Year: ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/917712/orange-lemon-house-daniel-moreno-flores Clipboard CopyAbout this officeDaniel Moreno FloresOfficeFollowSantiago Vaca JaramilloOfficeFollowProductWood#TagsProjectsBuilt ProjectsSelected ProjectsResidential ArchitectureHousesQuitoEcuadorPublished on May 24, 2019Cite: “Orange Lemon House / Daniel Moreno Flores + Santiago Vaca Jaramillo” [Casa Naranja Limón / Daniel Moreno Flores + Santiago Vaca Jaramillo] 24 May 2019. ArchDaily. Accessed 11 Jun 2021.
Word + Carr Design Group ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/939415/tarrytown-residence-alterstudio-architecture Clipboard Houses “COPY” Design Team:Kevin Alter, Ernesto Cragnolino, Tim Whitehill, Joseph Boyle, Shelley McDavid, Sara MaysCity:AustinCountry:United StatesMore SpecsLess SpecsSave this picture!© Casey Dunn PhotographyRecommended ProductsWindowsVEKAWindows – SOFTLINE 82 ADWindowsRabel Aluminium SystemsMinimal Casement Windows – Rabel 8400 Slim Super Thermal PlusDoorsStudcoAccess Panels – AccessDorDoorsLonghiDoor – HeadlineText description provided by the architects. The Tarrytown Residence injects a tone of modernity into an otherwise traditional, post-war neighborhood, and defines a private landscape as the center of this family home. Caught between a walled garden along the street and a central courtyard behind, the interior opens resolutely to the out-of-doors under a ubiquitous ceiling plane and is minimally contained by custom site-glazed window walls. A pair of abstract volumes, clad in long-format, black brick, and black-stained cedar completes the ensemble, shielding the interior from view and providing a buffer to the possibility of neighboring future development.Save this picture!© Casey Dunn PhotographyDesign Solution: The visitor enters under a meandering limb from an adjacent Live Oak tree into a carefully choreographed sequence of spaces. Here, great effort is made to simultaneously define discrete rooms while at the same time encourage a strong sense of continuity throughout – where hints of what is to come are everywhere and surprising delights at the turn of a corner. Save this picture!© Casey Dunn PhotographySave this picture!First floor planSave this picture!© Casey Dunn PhotographyIn the middle of the house, an unexpected monitor opens the center of the home to the sky, balancing the light in the interior and framing views into the tree canopy above. To the east, a two-story library and similarly-scaled screen porch add a sense of verticality to this otherwise horizontally organized home, where a glass-floored bridge from an office loft allows access to the upper bookshelves and transforms into a Juliet balcony to the screen porch.Save this picture!© Casey Dunn PhotographySave this picture!© Casey Dunn PhotographyStructure and Materials: Carefully considered everywhere, construction and detail play an integral role in the character of the house. Articulated detail is suppressed such that the house might serve as a primed canvas for the presentation of light & shadow, the serendipity of natural materials, and the out-of-doors. A custom, site-glazed window system was designed to minimize the presence of a window frame, while special steel detailing – custom structural steel columns, steel fascia and trim, a glass floor and steel bridge, and a double-height, steel screen porch —combine with an unusual black brick and purpose-built wood cabinetry and furniture to create a purposeful environment. Save this picture!© Casey Dunn PhotographyThe unexpected privacy in a fairly dense suburban condition, as well as an interior rich with unexpected moments of color and texture (e.g. behind a door or as the back of a bookcase) creates a private enclave of surprising delights.Save this picture!© Casey Dunn PhotographyProject gallerySee allShow lessVehicle Assessment Drive-Thru / STUDIO MOVESelected ProjectsContainer House / Plannea Arquitectura + Constanza Domínguez C.Selected Projects Share Photographs Manufacturers: AutoDesk, Benjamin Moore, Delta Millworks, Foscarini, RAM Windows, Roll & Hill, S.Anselmo, Cedar and Moss, Heritage, Trimble, Twenty2, Zaniboni United States Positive Energy Area: 4200 ft² Year Completion year of this architecture project Landscape: ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/939415/tarrytown-residence-alterstudio-architecture Clipboard CopyAbout this officeAlterstudio ArchitectureOfficeFollow#TagsProjectsBuilt ProjectsSelected ProjectsResidential ArchitectureHousesAustinOn FacebookUnited StatesPublished on May 27, 2020Cite: “Tarrytown Residence / Alterstudio Architecture” 27 May 2020. ArchDaily. Accessed 10 Jun 2021.
Home Indiana Agriculture News Farm Bureau Elects Leaders SHARE Previous articleFarmers Need to Speak Up on CWA ProposalNext articleIndiana on Radar of MAPCO Plan to Distribute and Sell E15 Gary Truitt SHARE Jake Carter, a Georgia farmer who offers u-pick strawberries, blueberries and blackberries, a fall corn maze and educational school tours year-round, was elected the new chairman of the AFBF Young Farmers & Ranchers Committee, which also makes him a member of the AFBF board of directors during his one-year term. Thirteen other state Farm Bureau presidents were re-elected to represent their regions on the AFBF board of directors: Midwest Region – Steve Baccus of Kansas, Blake Hurst of Missouri and Scott VanderWal of South Dakota. Southern Region — Mark Haney of Kentucky, John Hoblick of Florida, Randy Knight of Mississippi, Jimmy Parnell of Alabama, Wayne Pryor of Virginia, Randy Veach of Arkansas and David Winkles of South Carolina. Northeast Region — Richard Bonanno of Massachusetts. Western Region — Bob Hanson of Montana and Hank Combs of Nevada. By Gary Truitt – Jan 14, 2014 Facebook Twitter Facebook Twitter Farm Bureau Elects Leaders Bob StallmanDelegates at the 95th American Farm Bureau Federation Annual Convention re-elected Bob Stallman as president for an eighth two-year term. He is a cattle and rice farmer from Columbus, Texas, and previously served as Texas Farm Bureau president. In addition, Barry Bushue was re-elected to a third two-year term as AFBF vice president. Bushue is a berry and nursery plant producer from Boring, Ore., and also serves as Oregon Farm Bureau president. Delegates also newly elected three state Farm Bureau presidents to the AFBF board of directors: Steve Nelson of Nebraska (Midwest Region), Rick Suydam of New Jersey (Northeast Region) and Tom Buchanan of Oklahoma (Southern Region). Isabella ChismIsabella Chism of Indiana, Denise Hymel of Louisiana and Lillian Ostendorf of Montana were re-elected to two-year terms on the AFB Women’s Leadership Committee; Joan Myers of Pennsylvania was elected to a two-year term on the committee.Farm Bureau members will gather for the 96th AFBF Annual Meeting, Jan. 11-14, 2015, in San Diego, Calif.
Twitter Cristian Migliaresehttps://www.tcu360.com/author/cristian-migliarese/ I am a Communications major and a Journalism minor. I am a reporter for TCU 360 and I am working on the Greeks beat LTC Randall distributed branch assignments to senior cadets in Rickel. Tuesday, Nov.17, 2015 TCU students participate in LEAPS day of service Journey of Hope 2017 holds special meaning for TCU Pi Kappa Phi members Twitter TCU’s Interfraternity Council continues Movember campaign with 6K Recovery Run Cristian Migliaresehttps://www.tcu360.com/author/cristian-migliarese/ Cristian Migliarese Facebook Cristian Migliaresehttps://www.tcu360.com/author/cristian-migliarese/ ReddIt Cristian Migliaresehttps://www.tcu360.com/author/cristian-migliarese/ TCU Frog Camps returning to more traditional look this summer ReddIt Facebook + posts Linkedin TCU places second in the National Student Advertising Competition, the highest in school history Tri Delta students join alumnae to benefit Cook Children’s Previous articleIMAGE Editor’s Note: We’ve got a school to be proud ofNext article’No refusal’ weekend combats drinking and driving Cristian Migliarese RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Linkedin The College of Science and Engineering Dean, Phil Hartman, retires after 40 consecutive years printSenior cadets learned where their military careers will begin after graduation last Tuesday.During the Branching Ceremony, cadets received their assignments from Lt. Col. Casey Randall, a professor of military science, in the ROTC lecture room of the Rickel Building.Platoon Leader Rebekah Marquardt said the cadets were able to rank their preferences of about 17 army branches, but the army makes the final decision based on multiple factors.Supply and Logistics Officer Joseph Medina received his first choice. Since he was in class and unable to be present at the ceremony, he called to find out that his assignment is active duty in the Medical Corps.“I’m excited, it was my first choice,” Medina, a biology major, said. “In medical services, there is a lot of opportunity. I won’t necessarily be working at a hospital, but I’ll be working with doctors and nurses making sure they’re up to date and medically prepared.”While not everyone received their first choice, cadets like Battalion Commander Chris Lamoureux still have a positive attitude toward their assignments. Lamoureux’s assignment is active duty in the Ordinance Corps, which is responsible for supplying ammunition to all the branches.“To be honest, it was a huge surprise,” psychology major Lamoureux said. “It wasn’t my first choice. I wanted to fly helicopters, but honestly, I’m happy. I only have to give back four years, but I plan on doing at least 30 if I can. The military takes care of you.”Operations Officer Nick Lister received an assignment that many associate with the army: active duty in the Infantry Corps.“They’re the boots on the ground when you think of the military,” said Lister, a political science major. “I’ll lead 40 people in an infantry unit and establish relations. It’s what I wanted. It’s going to be a great experience.”Marquardt said many cadets stressed for four years about what branch they would get, but she has known she would receive a Nursing Corps assignment since she declared nursing as a major.“It relieved some stress,” Marquardt said. “I’m excited. Coming from a civilian family, it’s a totally different lifestyle that I’ll be living. I don’t know what it’s all going to bring, but I’m looking forward to the challenges.”Lamoureux said after graduation, everyone who is active duty will go to a basic officer and leadership course that is branch-specific to their rank.While some cadets will only serve their commitment time, others will make it a lifelong career.“Why not do a job that I’m going to enjoy doing the rest of my life?” Lamoureux said. “You never work a day in your life if you love doing what you do.”
Facebook MORE than 200 students from three primary schools in Limerick city took part in a ‘Bus in the City’ workshop to raise awareness about the benefits of public transport.As part of European Mobility Week, students from senior infants, first and second class at Corpus Christi NS, Limerick Educate Together NS and Gaelscoil Sáirséal were invited to experience the Bus Éireann City Bus service to teach them about public transport in Limerick.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up The unique event saw Bus Éireann, Green-Schools Travel, and the Henry Street Community Garda Unit work alongside the schools to deliver an effective and locally relevant educational workshop for sustainable travel.Green-School Officer, Fiona Barry, met each class to discuss the environmental impact of travel and how opting for bus transport can greatly reduce traffic congestion in urban areas.The students then boarded the double-decker bus waiting outside the school, presenting their handmade tickets to bus inspector William Doyle.For many students, it was their first time travelling on a city bus and all enjoyed viewing Limerick city from a new perspective on the top of the double-decker bus.The journey brought the students along the Limerick city bus routes relevant to their school’s location, stopping at Colbert Station and Henry Street Garda Station.At Colbert Station, William Doyle spoke to the students about various features of the bus and the value of the Leap Card.At Henry Street Garda Station, community gardaí discussed road and travel safety with the students.Ms Barry commented: “Active travel and public transport are key to helping reduce our carbon emissions and traffic congestion in our city. I would like to thank the schools, Bus Éireann and the gardaí for providing a wonderful learning experience for the students outside of the classroom which I think they all enjoyed.”by Kathy [email protected] Advertisement Twitter Linkedin WhatsApp Email NewsEducationEnvironmentLimerick students catch the bus to save the planetBy Staff Reporter – October 5, 2019 390 Print Previous articlePat gets a lifeline from the power of positive thinkingNext articleLimerick Tidy Town committees had plenty of cause to celebrate Staff Reporterhttp://www.limerickpost.ie
Local NewsBusiness Facebook By Digital AIM Web Support – February 19, 2021 WhatsApp Twitter Pinterest ImmunoPrecise Announces Data from Preclinical Study of TATX-03 PolyTope™ Monoclonal Antibody Cocktail Candidate Against COVID-19 Facebook WhatsApp Twitter Pinterest TAGS VICTORIA, British Columbia–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Feb 19, 2021– ImmunoPrecise Antibodies Ltd. (the “Company” or “IPA”) (NASDAQ: IPA) (TSX Venture: IPA) announced preliminary, preclinical data in hamsters of IPA’s proprietary TATX-03 PolyTope antibody cocktail program against SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID-19 disease. In a preclinical study using a SARS-CoV-2 hamster model, treatment with IPA’s TATX-03 resulted in complete clearance of detectable replication-competent virus from the lungs and throat of SARS-CoV-2 infected animals. The results of the preclinical study demonstrated the potential of IPA’s TATX-03 antibody cocktail to provide strong anti-viral effects against SARS-CoV-2 in both prophylactic (preventative) and treatment settings. IPA’s TATX-03 cocktail is designed with the goal of being both protective and curative for COVID-19 disease. In addition, by incorporating multiple antibodies that recognize different, non-overlapping epitopes on the SARS-CoV-2 spike protein, IPA’s TATX-03 antibody cocktail has the potential to prevent mutational escape, the process by which a virus, through mutation, may render vaccines less efficacious. TATX-03 was 100% efficacious in the preclinical hamster model in treating SARS-CoV-2 infection in a therapeutic setting. IPA’s TATX-03 PolyTope antibody cocktail was administered as a single dose to hamsters that had been infected with the SARS-CoV-2 variant. The study showed that IPA’s antibody cocktail cleared the lungs of detectable replication-competent virus in 100% of the SARS-CoV-2 infected hamsters by day 4 post-infection. Furthermore, the study showed undetectable levels of virus titer in the throat of 100% of the infected hamsters 3 days after virus infection. TATX-03 protected against SARS-CoV-2 infection in a prophylactic setting. Administration of a single dose of IPA’s TATX-03 PolyTope antibody cocktail twenty-four hours prior to infecting hamsters with a SARS-CoV-2 variant resulted in the reduction of replication-competent virus titer to undetectable levels in the lungs of four out of five hamsters by day 4, with the remaining animal showing virus levels barely above the lowest level of detection. Mutagenic escape risk reduction by IPA’s PolyTope approach. In developing IPA’s TATX-03, the Company enrolled their PolyTope approach to facilitate cocktail formation of antibodies that recognize non-overlapping SARS-CoV-2 spike protein epitopes to improve the potential of its product to remain effective despite multiple mutations of the virus. As treatment efficacy is not solely dependent on one antibody, a combination therapy is expected to be efficacious even if one of the components would be affected by a particular virus mutation. In addition, the plug-and-play character of IPA’s PolyTope approach is anticipated to allow quick adaptation of treatment formulations, if required, leveraging their diversified lead antibody pool containing multiple antibody alternatives to each epitope represented in the cocktail. While extensive mutant analysis is ongoing, IPA has confirmed that interaction of two out of three tested antibodies from the TATX-03 cocktail with the S. African (B.1.351) and UK (B.1.1.7) SARS-CoV-2 spike protein variants is not compromised (the fourth was not prioritized for testing as, based on computational analysis, it was deemed unlikely to be impacted by the mutations). Twenty-seven extensively characterized, potently neutralizing lead candidate antibodies will be analyzed to generate full interaction profiles against seventeen different SARS-CoV-2 variants, including the S. African, Brazilian, UK and more prevalent single substitution mutants SARS-CoV-2 spike protein variants. Data are expected to be available early March. “This important preclinical study shows that TATX-03 not only protected against, but effectively treated, a high dose of SARS-CoV-2 variant infection in hamsters, further supporting the advancement of TATX-03,” stated Dr. Ilse Roodink, ImmunoPrecise’s SARS-CoV-2 Global Program Director. “Based on the positive data obtained to date, we remain optimistic about TATX-03 and its potential to prevent and treat COVID-19 disease,” added Dr. Jennifer Bath, CEO of ImmunoPrecise, “including disease caused by SARS-CoV-2 variants, as was intended in IPA’s original design of the cocktail. We are looking forward to continuing to progress TATX-03 through the final stages of its preclinical development.” IPA intends to conduct what it anticipates will be the final IND-enabling studies, including non-human primate, dose-dependent evaluation of the TATX-03 antibody cocktail, in late Q2 2021, resulting in what IPA anticipates will provide the final, necessary preclinical data points to support the potential clinical evaluation of TATX-03. About IPA’s PolyTope Platform. IPA’s SARS-CoV-2 PolyTope monoclonal therapies are designed to protect against mutagenic escape with an emphasis on efficacy for every patient, variant, and strain of SARS-CoV-2. They are created with the goal of sustainable efficacy in the face of an evolving virus, combining extensively characterized, potently neutralizing, synergistic antibodies exhibiting richly diverse epitope coverage. About ImmunoPrecise Antibodies Ltd. IPA is an innovation-driven, technology platform company that supports its pharmaceutical and biotechnology company partners in their quest to discover and develop novel, therapeutic antibodies against all classes of disease targets. The Company aims to transform the conventional, multi-vendor, product development model by bringing innovative and high-throughput, data-driven technologies to its partners, incorporating the advantages of diverse antibody repertoires with the Company’s therapeutic antibody discovery suite of technologies, to exploit antibodies of broad epitope coverage, multiple antibody formats, valency and size, and to discover antibodies against multiple/rare epitopes. For further information, visit www.immunoprecise.com or contact [email protected] Forward Looking Information This news release contains forward-looking statements within the meaning of applicable United States securities laws and Canadian securities laws. Forward-looking statements are often identified by the use of words such as “potential”, “plans”, “expects” or “does not expect”, “is expected”, “estimates”, “intends”, “anticipates” or “does not anticipate”, or “believes”, or variations of such words and phrases or state that certain actions, events or results “may”, “could”, “would”, “might” or “will” be taken, occur or be achieved. Forward-looking information contained in this news release include, but are not limited to, statements regarding the potential of IPA’s PolyTope monoclonal antibodies, including TATX-03, to provide strong anti-viral effects against SARS-CoV-2/COVID-19 disease or any variant of the virus as either a prophylactic (preventative) or treatment, or to retain efficacy over time, or to have antibodies available to add to its PolyTope antibody cocktail to respond to new virus variants. In respect of the forward-looking information contained herein, the Company has provided such statements and information in reliance on certain assumptions that management believed to be reasonable at the time. Forward-looking information involves known and unknown risks, uncertainties and other factors which may cause the actual results, performance or achievements stated herein to be materially different from any future results, performance or achievements expressed or implied by the forward-looking information. Actual results could differ materially from those currently anticipated due to a number of factors and risks, including, without limitation, the Company may not be successful in developing its PolyTope antibody cocktail or other vaccines or therapeutics against COVID-19 through the successful and timely completion of preclinical assays, studies and clinical trials, or may not receive all regulatory approvals to commence and then continue clinical trials of its products, and, be successful in partnering or commercializing its products related to COVID-19, the coverage and applicability of the Company’s intellectual property rights to its PolyTope antibody cocktails, as well as those risks discussed in the Company’s Annual Information Form dated November 16, 2020 (which may be viewed on the Company’s profile at www.sedar.com ) and the Company’s Form 40-F dated December 28, 2020 (which may be viewed on the Company’s profile at www.sec.gov ). 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ColumnsPrivacy And Puttaswamy For The People’s Palate: Part 3 of 3 Kartikeya Sharma23 Aug 2020 3:30 AMShare This – xThe previous part broke down the opinions of Bobde J. and Kaul J. wherein the former elucidated upon the nature of the right undertaking a study which was based on the hypothesis that privacy plays an integral role in the enjoyment of Part III rights and the latter studied the growth of technology as a formidable foe to the inherent right to privacy. In the third and final part…Your free access to Live Law has expiredTo read the article, get a premium account.Your Subscription Supports Independent JournalismSubscription starts from ₹ 599+GST (For 6 Months)View PlansPremium account gives you:Unlimited access to Live Law Archives, Weekly/Monthly Digest, Exclusive Notifications, Comments.Reading experience of Ad Free Version, Petition Copies, Judgement/Order Copies.Subscribe NowAlready a subscriber?LoginThe previous part broke down the opinions of Bobde J. and Kaul J. wherein the former elucidated upon the nature of the right undertaking a study which was based on the hypothesis that privacy plays an integral role in the enjoyment of Part III rights and the latter studied the growth of technology as a formidable foe to the inherent right to privacy. In the third and final part of this series, I will attempt to simplify the opinion of Nariman J. Preliminary contentions and arguments After summarizing the submissions made by the counsels for various parties, Nariman J. proceeds to rely upon early instances of privacy claims from the United Kingdom. The significance of Semayne’s case is emphasized upon wherein it was emphatically stated that each man’s home is his castle and his fortress. Similarly, the judgments in Huckle v. Money, Entick v. Carrington and Da Costa v. Jones showed the zealousness to protect privacy in a myriad of circumstances. It is noted that while the judgments in M.P. Sharma and Kharak Singh were pronounced in the Gopalan era, it should not have made a difference as India was already a signatory to the Universal Declaration of Human Rights which stated that every individual shall be protected from arbitrary interference with his privacy, family, home or correspondence. Further, it is the responsibility of Parliament to give effect to international agreements as per Article 253 of the Constitution and unless there is anything to the contrary in municipal law, international law would be a part of the laws of India and would be read into or considered as a part of the fundamental rights.  After an analysis of M.P. Sharma and the majority opinion in Kharak Singh, Nariman J. is satisfied that in no way have either of the judgments held that there exists no fundamental right to privacy. Thereafter, he delves into the argument of the Attorney General that the framers of the Constitution had expressly left out the right to privacy from Part III. To tackle this, it is reminded that the Constitution is to be interpreted by the Court per the changing needs of the people. Post Maneka Gandhi and the more recent judgment in Mohd. Arif v. Registrar, Supreme Court of India( majority opinion authored by Nariman J.) the Court has emphatically declared substantive due process to be a part of Article 21 jurisprudence. The Attorney General and Mr. Aryama Sundaram, appearing for the State of Maharashtra, contended that the right was vague and amorphous that it could not be classified as a fundamental right. This was shut down by Nariman J. on the ground that there may be multiple facets of the right which are interests pertaining to the physical sphere as well as matters of the mind, all of which have to recognized and protected. The judgment of the Supreme Court of the United States in Stanley v. Georgia held that possession of obscene material would not be protected under free speech, if the material was found to be within the confines of an individual’s home it would fall within the domain of constitutionally protected privacy. This was relied upon to establish that the right to free speech and the right to privacy are different in the way they operate. Mr. Sundaram argued that there are many facets of privacy that are not protected such as information furnished for taxation purposes, information supplied for census survey etc. This was termed as putting the cart before the horse as taxation laws do require information for various purposes but the laws that mandate the same also have safeguards with regard to the information provided. Next, the Additional Solicitor General pointed out that multiple statutes including the Right to Information Act, 2005, Income Tax Act, 1961, etc. protect the privacy of individuals, therefore the need to incorporate the same as a fundamental right does not arise. Nariman J. stated that while statutory provisions may be altered at the mere whim of the legislature that enacted the statute, the same would not be possible for Part III of the Constitution which is slightly more permanent in nature. Privacy being an inalienable right of a human being needs to be guaranteed regardless of the elected government of the day and while a statute may protect some values associated with privacy, a statute may also violate privacy without a legitimate reason and for that reason there would be a need to have a fundamental right to check the statute’s overreach. Mr. Rakesh Dwivedi, appearing on behalf of the State of Gujarat, relied upon the ‘reasonable expectation of privacy’ test laid down in Katz v. United States to propose a middle ground between a right to privacy in every instance and complete denial of the same. But the abovementioned test has been criticized subsequently in the United States and it failed to impress Nariman J. as there was a circular flaw in the test which was that there was only an invasion of privacy if there was a reasonable expectation of privacy attached. Instead there ought to be a basis in law for the expectation to be legitimate. An interesting argument was put forth by Mr. Gopal Sankaranarayanan that since fundamental rights cannot be waived and if privacy was to become a fundamental right, it would create many problems such as collection of information mandated by statutes that would be protected by the right to privacy. This was rejected on the ground that while collecting information, it would be the duty of the State to ensure that the privacy attached to the information would be safeguarded and the same would not amount to a waiver. Further, if there was voluntary dissemination on a public forum, then it would not be classified as private information anymore. Propounding the right to privacy Nariman J. proceeds to deal with the core question which is whether the right to privacy resides primarily in Article 21. He starts the discussion by relying upon the dissent of Brandeis J. in Olmstead v. United States wherein the judge took a liberal view of the word ‘search’ in the Fourth Amendment to the United States Constitution and like a soothsayer predicted advances in science that would allow for an increased invasion of privacy. The next judgment in focus was Gobind, which as per Mr. Sundaram did not declare the existence of a right to privacy. This did not seem to bother Nariman J. as he opined that even without Gobind declaring the right to privacy as fundamental, there were other judgments that had the chance to declare the existence of the right in unequivocal terms. In the Indian context, privacy would be divided into bodily privacy, informational privacy and decisional privacy. The first would be grounded in Articles 19(1)(d) and (e) read with Article 21, the second would be protected by Article 21 and the third would be traced to Articles 19(1)(a) to (c), Article 20(3), Article 21 and Article 25. Thereafter reliance was placed upon John Stuart Mill’s work ‘On Liberty’ wherein he proposed that an individual’s liberty may only be interfered with if it has the effect of harming another individual. An individual’s right over matters of his mind is absolute which is to say, he is the sovereign regarding those matters. Liberty of thought and expression has been enshrined in the Preamble to the Constitution and is also reflected in Articles 19(1)(a), 20, 21, 25 and 26. The source of inspiration for introducing liberty into the Preamble is the Declaration of the Rights of Man and of the Citizen, 1789 particularly Article 4 which defined liberty as being able to do something without causing harm to anyone else. Nariman J. cited Thalappalam Service Co-operative Bank Limited v. State of Kerala to prove that the legislature has tacitly conceded to the existence of the right to privacy as is evidenced by Section 8(1)(j) of the Right to Information Act, 2005 and that it is too late in the day to go back on this proposition. The holy dissent delivered by Khanna J. in A.D.M. Jabalpur is dissected to highlight the correct position of law with regard to the status of fundamental rights. The dissent did not subscribe to the view that Article 21 conferred the right to life and personal liberty on an individual and did not agree with the proposition that Article 21 was the sole repository of life and personal liberty. Instead, rights such as that under Article 21 are inalienable and are inherent in every individual. The purpose behind inserting Article 21 was to ensure laws that have the effect of affecting ‘life’ or ‘personal liberty’ follow a procedure to do the same. While the abovementioned judgment was overruled by the judges in the present case, it was observed by Nariman J. that the 44th Amendment to the Constitution in the year 1978 nullified the majority opinion in A.D.M. Jabalpur by amending Article 359 of the Constitution to state that where a proclamation of emergency is in place, the President may by order suspend, for the duration of the proclamation, the enforcement of Part III rights except those under Articles 20 and 21. Conclusion Nariman J. over the course of his tenure as a judge of the Supreme Court has delivered many pathbreaking judgments on various questions of constitutional importance. It would not be an exaggeration to term him as an all-rounder, able to quickly understand the issues at hand and deal with them. In the case at hand, he dons the role of a constitutional scholar who pays a gracious tribute to three great dissenting opinions of Justice Fazl Ali in Gopalan, Justice Subba Rao in Kharak Singh and Justice H.R. Khanna in A.D.M. Jabalpur, explaining in great detail the foresight and impact of each in the development of constitutional law as we understand. Nariman J. traces the origins of privacy from the early 1600s in Tudor England and lays the foundation for the discussion on privacy in the present context. His love for history and providing a factual background to the legal questions is demonstrated by the detailed footnotes containing pocket sized lessons in history. Quite importantly, Nariman J. reaffirms the existence of ‘substantive due process’ are part of our constitutional jurisprudence. Interestingly, this judgment was delivered merely two days after the landmark judgment in Shayara Bano v. Union of India wherein Nariman J. demolished the decision in Mcdowell’s v. State of Andhra Pradesh which took the stand that Courts were not to sit in judgment over decisions of Parliamentary wisdom. To summarize, the present opinion, with clarity and lucidity, expounds the inalienable right to privacy as being intrinsically ingrained in Part III of the Constitution.Views are personal only.  95 ER 768 (1763)  95 ER 807 (1765)  98 ER 1331 (1778)  Article 12, UDHR  Bachan Singh v. State of Punjab, (1980) 2 SCC 684; Vishaka v. State of Rajasthan, (1997) 6 SCC 241  (2014) 9 SCC 737  22 L. Ed. 2d 542  389 U.S. 347 (1967)  See Minnesota v. United States (Scalia J. concurring), 525 U.S. 83, 119 S. Ct. 469 at 477 (1998) and Kyllo v. United States, 533 U.S. 27, 121 S. Ct. 2038 at 2043 (2001)  277 U.S. 438 (1928)  R. Rajagopal v. State of Tamil Nadu, (1994) 6 SCC 632; PUCL v. Union of India, (1997) 1 SCC 301  (2013) 16 SCC 82  (2017) 9 SCC 1  AIR 1996 SC 1627 Next Story