Legal education in Egypt held elite status with the emergence of the first Law School in Egypt founded by Ismail in 1868. It was first known as the School of Management and Languages, then the school of Management was separated from the school of Languages in 1882, until July 1886 when it became known as the school of Law. Now, Cairo University’ School of Law.Read More
Pablo Picasso once said that everything you imagine is real. Now, that is you having an idea, whose concept is as old as creation. Without an idea, nothing can ever happen because an idea transcends into creativity, which is the foundation of the entertainment industry. Ideas are critical and valuable piece to the overall innovation equation because the desire to create is one of the deepest yearnings of the human soul. This creativity further develops to inventing, experimenting, growing, taking risks, breaking rules, making mistakes and having fun. And in our world of organized scheme of events, these are now afforded statutory protection as intellectual property rights.Read More
Football Clubs enter into contractual Agreement regularly, such as Sponsorship agreement, Kit supply agreement, Broadcast deals, Transfer agreement. A contract is defined as an agreement between two or more contractual parties. It involves acceptance of an offer with an intention to enter into a binding legal relation and furnishing consideration for the goods or services rendered.
A contract is considered to be performed when all parties to it perform all obligations incurred while Breach of Contract, on the other hand, is when either of the parties performs differently from the agreement or defectively or not at all. A contract is discharged by frustration when due to unknown circumstances or change of circumstances after the Contract was made there is a breach which is not the fault of either of the parties but renders the Contract impossible to perform anyway, depriving it of its Commercial purpose.
The Jurisdiction of Courts in Addressing China’s Liability for the Covid-19 Pandemic under International Law- Augustine Ushie
The recent upsurge of the COVID-19 pandemic and the gross escalation of death toll arising from it has raised certain issues regarding China’s culpability or liability under international law. Countries such as the United States of America and Italy have clamoured to instigate lawsuits against the People’s Republic of China. Likewise, intellectuals, scholars and social commentators have being engaged in heated debates concerning ways in which to seek reprisal against China.Read More
In an age where social media is king, tons of information, right and wrong, beclouds the world’s idea of how the legal profession operates. I will be highlighting 5 myths about legal practice and practitioners.Read More