Kenneth Carter, known as Kenny, has hired Liverpool lawyers to fight his corner
Well-deserved Lenny honour I KNOW Sir Lenny Henry does not need me to fight his corner
but it needs pointing out that his connection with Red Nose Day, otherwise known as Comic Relief, is in no way brief - he is in fact one of its cor-founders and has been involved with the event throughout its long and illustrious history!
The bankrupt businessman said he'd continue to defend himself and was willing to go to prison to fight his corner
But now that Russell is close to full fitness after a dislocated elbow, Maxwell is ready to fight his corner
He led the campaign throughout Wales to persuade the people to accept his proposals and at the same time he had to deal with all the other onerous duties that a Secretary of State has to carry out and still fight his corner
in the Cabinet.
Keith Dalgleish certainly had to fight his corner
on Decoy to keep Darryll Holland and Fourth Dimension at bay.
Yesterday he decided to fight his corner
after taking advice from Michael Caulfield, the Jockeys' Association's executive manager.
O'Neill is allowed to take his place in the dugout tonight after appealing to UEFA but insisted he would have disrupted Celtic's preparations to fight his corner
But they voted by around 65 to 5 for him to "fight his corner
inside the Labour Party and not as an independent outside it".
Yates, who is protesting his innocence, has already enlisted a firm of top London solicitors and flew an expensive, top-ranking QC down from Scotland to fight his corner
at the weekend.