Monthly Archives: June 2014

Reciever/Manager and the interest of Shareholders

Jun 2, 2014 @ 15:21 The Black’s Law Dictionary defines a Receiver as “a person appointed by court for the purpose of preserving the property of a debtor pending the action against him or applying the property in satisfaction of a creditor’s claim, whenever there is a danger that,...

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INSPIRING: Michelle Obama’s DNC Speech

Jun 2, 2014 @ 15:15 Michelle Obama gave the powerful speech below at the Democratic National Conference. According to TechCrunch  ”Although it’s just the first night at the Democratic National Convention in Charlotte, people have already posted more than 3 million Tweets, including #DNC2012 and related terms. In comparison,...

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Abatement of Nuisance Summarised

“Nigerian Law of Torts”, a public nuisance is committed where a person carries on some harmful activity which affects the general public or a section of the public, whereas the law of private nuisance is designed to protect the individual owner or occupier of land from substantial and unreasonable...

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Facebook says “like” is a protected speech symbol

Facebook is stepping in to support a deputy sheriff who was fired for “Liking” his boss’s rival. The case, which will determine whether a “Like” is like a bumper sticker, is helping to define free speech in the age of social media. Find below the court process filed by...

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The Basics of Virtual Law Practice

I have always had it in mind to provide legal solutions to the myriad problems facing businesses in various industries. The thought of creating these solutions virtually has also been one that I have nurtured in my mind time and again, I’ve always thought of creating legal solutions through...

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When you can use a Copyrighted Work without permission

The internet revolution, new media interaction and online journalism has made it next to impossible to create relevant content without using other people’s Copyrighted works. If done in the proper way, one can use Copyrighted contents (through framing, embedding, hyperlinking, in-linking) without necessarily asking for permission from the owner...

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