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Amanda Nneoma Uzoagba the Award-Winning Author, Entertainment Lawyer, Creative Business Consultant, Educator, Podcaster, and Public Speaker is our feature in this millennial edition. She is currently a Legal Executive at EbonyLife Limited as her legal practice is majorly focused on the Entertainment and Creative Industry. She has gathered more than 8 years of experience in the Entertainment Industry starting as a blogger, dancer and PR expert for Record Labels before she was called to bar and she continued in the industry as an Entertainment Lawyer and Creative Business Consultant thereafter. She holds a law degree (LLB) from the University of Nigeria Nsukka (UNN) and was called to bar in 2017.

The Zimbabwe Youth Act: An Alternative Youth Empowerment Instrument for Real and Meaningful Development- Advocate Brian Chido Manganye

Youths in Zimbabwe are defined as persons between 15 and 35 years of age. This age range is stipulated in the Constitution of Zimbabwe and is also congruent with the continental definition of youth as defined in the African Youth Charter (15 to 35). Zimbabwe is a youthful country, with approximately 36% (4,702, 046) of the estimated youth in 2019 by UNDP.

The Bill of Rights and the Metaverse- Meshack Masibo

Imagine that you could be somewhere without being there. Imagine if you could attend a business meeting without being there or make passionate submissions to a Judge who sees your movements from your living room. Imagine if you could window-shop the latest handbag straight from your bedroom if you could walk and talk to the attendant about the bags straight from your living room. Imagine if you could walk through a car showroom and have a long conversation with the seller of the car straight from your house in Ruaka.  Closer home, imagine if you could go to your favourite cake shop, inquire about all the cakes from the attendant and buy a cake all from the comfort of your own house. Well, imagine no more, welcome to the Multi – sorry Metaverse.

 The Degree of Participation of African Countries in the World Trade Organisation (WTO) Dispute Settlement- Joalane Lemao

Dispute Settlement in the WTO serves as one of the organization’s core activities. The aim of the dispute settlement mechanism (DSM) is to secure a positive solution to a dispute, where there has been a violation of a member government against the other. The provisions for formal dispute settlement mechanisms under the understanding of rules and procedures governing the settlement of disputes stands as the art, the crown and the jewel of the WTO.

EGYPTIAN LAWYERS PROTEST NEW INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE POLICY

The Egyptian Internal Revenue Service (IRS) has announced that all liberal professionals are obliged to register in the electronic invoice system no date later than December 15, 2022, and send their bills in case of dealing with IRS-registered installations on the electronic invoicing system. This policy from the IRS has provoked a significant case of discontent with lawyers; it has prompted most sub-unions to issue statements against the decision to register in the electronic invoice system, warning to organize vigils and escalate the order.

An Overview of the Guidelines for the Regulation and Supervision of Credit Guarantee Companies in Nigeria- Akin Akorede Folarin

In the first half of 2022, the Central Bank of Nigeria (the “CBN”) issued the Guidelines for the Regulation and Supervision of Credit Guarantee Companies in Nigeria (the “Guidelines”) in furtherance of the Bank’s efforts to improve access to finance and lending for micro, small and medium scale enterprises (“MSMEs”) in Nigeria. To achieve this, the Guidelines introduce a regulatory framework for credit guarantee schemes (“CGS”) in Nigeria to promote flexible collateral requirements by lenders, reduce credit risk, stimulate lower interest rates and accelerate economic growth in the country.

Dancing With The Balance Sheets; An Analysis Of Debt Restructuring In Kenya By Meshack Masibo

In the famous novel titled Things Fall Apart, Chinua Achebe tells the story of a debt-ridden man called Unoka, a story similar to one told by William Shakespeare 400 years earlier about a character called Portia and the greedy Shylock in his book The Merchant of Venice. The narratives center around two persons overburdened by debt to the extent that no one ever gives Unoka a loan because they knew he would not pay while Portia offers a part of her flesh, (if it is gotten without making her bleed) to make good a debt owed to a ravenous shylock.

Before You Sign that Record Deal By Nonso Anyasi

Signing a record deal is a significant moment in every artiste’s career. Perhaps, it is a dream come true. A door to stardom. However, this fulfilling moment may veer to the artiste’s worst nightmare if care is not taken. Why do we say so? In the age of information, ignorance is a choice that is too expensive to make. It is against this backdrop that this writer seeks to expatiate on recording contracts, commonly known as record deals, whilst highlighting the indispensable need to contact a lawyer before signing one.

‘Mental Health in An Unequal World’: A Claim for Granting of Legal Capacity and Protection of Mentally Ill Persons in The Realm of Property Rights By Miracle Okoth Okumu Mudeyi and Teddy Tabu Odira

Mental health is defined as “a state of well-being whereby individuals recognize and realize their abilities, can cope with the normal stresses of life, work productively and fruitfully, and make a contribution to their communities.” A common mental health disorder is estimated to affect one out of every ten Kenyans today. The most common mental illnesses identified in Kenya are depression, anxiety and drug use disorders.

According to the Mental Health Act, of Kenya mental illness translates to a lack of legal capacity to contract on . The act provides a procedure for dealing with the property of people suffering from mental illness. However, legitimate claims arise that this provision is outdated and violates the conventions of international human rights.

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Amanda Nneoma Uzoagba: Africa’s Legal Millennial

Amanda Nneoma Uzoagba the Award-Winning Author, Entertainment Lawyer, Creative Business Consultant, Educator, Podcaster, and Public Speaker is our feature in this millennial edition. She is currently a Legal Executive at EbonyLife Limited as her legal practice is majorly focused on the Entertainment and Creative Industry. She has gathered more than 8 years of experience in the Entertainment Industry starting as a blogger, dancer and PR expert for Record Labels before she was called to bar and she continued in the industry as an Entertainment Lawyer and Creative Business Consultant thereafter. She holds a law degree (LLB) from the University of Nigeria Nsukka (UNN) and was called to bar in 2017.

The Zimbabwe Youth Act: An Alternative Youth Empowerment Instrument for Real and Meaningful Development- Advocate Brian Chido Manganye

Youths in Zimbabwe are defined as persons between 15 and 35 years of age. This age range is stipulated in the Constitution of Zimbabwe and is also congruent with the continental definition of youth as defined in the African Youth Charter (15 to 35). Zimbabwe is a youthful country, with approximately 36% (4,702, 046) of the estimated youth in 2019 by UNDP.

The Bill of Rights and the Metaverse- Meshack Masibo

Imagine that you could be somewhere without being there. Imagine if you could attend a business meeting without being there or make passionate submissions to a Judge who sees your movements from your living room. Imagine if you could window-shop the latest handbag straight from your bedroom if you could walk and talk to the attendant about the bags straight from your living room. Imagine if you could walk through a car showroom and have a long conversation with the seller of the car straight from your house in Ruaka.  Closer home, imagine if you could go to your favourite cake shop, inquire about all the cakes from the attendant and buy a cake all from the comfort of your own house. Well, imagine no more, welcome to the Multi – sorry Metaverse.

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Amanda Nneoma Uzoagba: Africa’s Legal Millennial

Amanda Nneoma Uzoagba: Africa’s Legal Millennial

Amanda Nneoma Uzoagba the Award-Winning Author, Entertainment Lawyer, Creative Business Consultant, Educator, Podcaster, and Public Speaker is our feature in this millennial edition. She is currently a Legal Executive at EbonyLife Limited as her legal practice is majorly focused on the Entertainment and Creative Industry. She has gathered more than 8 years of experience in the Entertainment Industry starting as a blogger, dancer and PR expert for Record Labels before she was called to bar and she continued in the industry as an Entertainment Lawyer and Creative Business Consultant thereafter. She holds a law degree (LLB) from the University of Nigeria Nsukka (UNN) and was called to bar in 2017.

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Amanda Nneoma Uzoagba: Africa’s Legal Millennial

Amanda Nneoma Uzoagba the Award-Winning Author, Entertainment Lawyer, Creative Business Consultant, Educator, Podcaster, and Public Speaker is our feature in this millennial edition. She is currently a Legal Executive at EbonyLife Limited as her legal practice is majorly focused on the Entertainment and Creative Industry. She has gathered more than 8 years of experience in the Entertainment Industry starting as a blogger, dancer and PR expert for Record Labels before she was called to bar and she continued in the industry as an Entertainment Lawyer and Creative Business Consultant thereafter. She holds a law degree (LLB) from the University of Nigeria Nsukka (UNN) and was called to bar in 2017.

The Zimbabwe Youth Act: An Alternative Youth Empowerment Instrument for Real and Meaningful Development- Advocate Brian Chido Manganye

Youths in Zimbabwe are defined as persons between 15 and 35 years of age. This age range is stipulated in the Constitution of Zimbabwe and is also congruent with the continental definition of youth as defined in the African Youth Charter (15 to 35). Zimbabwe is a youthful country, with approximately 36% (4,702, 046) of the estimated youth in 2019 by UNDP.

The Bill of Rights and the Metaverse- Meshack Masibo

Imagine that you could be somewhere without being there. Imagine if you could attend a business meeting without being there or make passionate submissions to a Judge who sees your movements from your living room. Imagine if you could window-shop the latest handbag straight from your bedroom if you could walk and talk to the attendant about the bags straight from your living room. Imagine if you could walk through a car showroom and have a long conversation with the seller of the car straight from your house in Ruaka.  Closer home, imagine if you could go to your favourite cake shop, inquire about all the cakes from the attendant and buy a cake all from the comfort of your own house. Well, imagine no more, welcome to the Multi – sorry Metaverse.

 The Degree of Participation of African Countries in the World Trade Organisation (WTO) Dispute Settlement- Joalane Lemao

Dispute Settlement in the WTO serves as one of the organization’s core activities. The aim of the dispute settlement mechanism (DSM) is to secure a positive solution to a dispute, where there has been a violation of a member government against the other. The provisions for formal dispute settlement mechanisms under the understanding of rules and procedures governing the settlement of disputes stands as the art, the crown and the jewel of the WTO.

Starlight #3 Edition, December 2022

Download Our Starlight Magazine Edition! #3 EDITION, Dec 2022. The work of young lawyers in the development of the Legal Profession cannot be underemphasized. In this case, the role of these young lawyers in shaping the future of law students cannot be underestimated....

EGYPTIAN LAWYERS PROTEST NEW INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE POLICY

The Egyptian Internal Revenue Service (IRS) has announced that all liberal professionals are obliged to register in the electronic invoice system no date later than December 15, 2022, and send their bills in case of dealing with IRS-registered installations on the electronic invoicing system. This policy from the IRS has provoked a significant case of discontent with lawyers; it has prompted most sub-unions to issue statements against the decision to register in the electronic invoice system, warning to organize vigils and escalate the order.

An Overview of the Guidelines for the Regulation and Supervision of Credit Guarantee Companies in Nigeria- Akin Akorede Folarin

In the first half of 2022, the Central Bank of Nigeria (the “CBN”) issued the Guidelines for the Regulation and Supervision of Credit Guarantee Companies in Nigeria (the “Guidelines”) in furtherance of the Bank’s efforts to improve access to finance and lending for micro, small and medium scale enterprises (“MSMEs”) in Nigeria. To achieve this, the Guidelines introduce a regulatory framework for credit guarantee schemes (“CGS”) in Nigeria to promote flexible collateral requirements by lenders, reduce credit risk, stimulate lower interest rates and accelerate economic growth in the country.

Dancing With The Balance Sheets; An Analysis Of Debt Restructuring In Kenya By Meshack Masibo

In the famous novel titled Things Fall Apart, Chinua Achebe tells the story of a debt-ridden man called Unoka, a story similar to one told by William Shakespeare 400 years earlier about a character called Portia and the greedy Shylock in his book The Merchant of Venice. The narratives center around two persons overburdened by debt to the extent that no one ever gives Unoka a loan because they knew he would not pay while Portia offers a part of her flesh, (if it is gotten without making her bleed) to make good a debt owed to a ravenous shylock.

Before You Sign that Record Deal By Nonso Anyasi

Signing a record deal is a significant moment in every artiste’s career. Perhaps, it is a dream come true. A door to stardom. However, this fulfilling moment may veer to the artiste’s worst nightmare if care is not taken. Why do we say so? In the age of information, ignorance is a choice that is too expensive to make. It is against this backdrop that this writer seeks to expatiate on recording contracts, commonly known as record deals, whilst highlighting the indispensable need to contact a lawyer before signing one.

‘Mental Health in An Unequal World’: A Claim for Granting of Legal Capacity and Protection of Mentally Ill Persons in The Realm of Property Rights By Miracle Okoth Okumu Mudeyi and Teddy Tabu Odira

Mental health is defined as “a state of well-being whereby individuals recognize and realize their abilities, can cope with the normal stresses of life, work productively and fruitfully, and make a contribution to their communities.” A common mental health disorder is estimated to affect one out of every ten Kenyans today. The most common mental illnesses identified in Kenya are depression, anxiety and drug use disorders.

According to the Mental Health Act, of Kenya mental illness translates to a lack of legal capacity to contract on . The act provides a procedure for dealing with the property of people suffering from mental illness. However, legitimate claims arise that this provision is outdated and violates the conventions of international human rights.

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Amanda Nneoma Uzoagba: Africa’s Legal Millennial

Amanda Nneoma Uzoagba the Award-Winning Author, Entertainment Lawyer, Creative Business Consultant, Educator, Podcaster, and Public Speaker is our feature in this millennial edition. She is currently a Legal Executive at EbonyLife Limited as her legal practice is majorly focused on the Entertainment and Creative Industry. She has gathered more than 8 years of experience in the Entertainment Industry starting as a blogger, dancer and PR expert for Record Labels before she was called to bar and she continued in the industry as an Entertainment Lawyer and Creative Business Consultant thereafter. She holds a law degree (LLB) from the University of Nigeria Nsukka (UNN) and was called to bar in 2017.

The Zimbabwe Youth Act: An Alternative Youth Empowerment Instrument for Real and Meaningful Development- Advocate Brian Chido Manganye

Youths in Zimbabwe are defined as persons between 15 and 35 years of age. This age range is stipulated in the Constitution of Zimbabwe and is also congruent with the continental definition of youth as defined in the African Youth Charter (15 to 35). Zimbabwe is a youthful country, with approximately 36% (4,702, 046) of the estimated youth in 2019 by UNDP.

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The novel coronavirus (tagged COVID-19) outbreak, which began in Wuhan, China, in late December, has spread to touch nearly every corner of the world. Over a millions people around the world have been infected has reported and thousands of others have died.

Amanda Nneoma Uzoagba: Africa’s Legal Millennial

Amanda Nneoma Uzoagba the Award-Winning Author, Entertainment Lawyer, Creative Business Consultant, Educator, Podcaster, and Public Speaker is our feature in this millennial edition. She is currently a Legal Executive at EbonyLife Limited as her legal practice is majorly focused on the Entertainment and Creative Industry. She has gathered more than 8 years of experience in the Entertainment Industry starting as a blogger, dancer and PR expert for Record Labels before she was called to bar and she continued in the industry as an Entertainment Lawyer and Creative Business Consultant thereafter. She holds a law degree (LLB) from the University of Nigeria Nsukka (UNN) and was called to bar in 2017.

The Zimbabwe Youth Act: An Alternative Youth Empowerment Instrument for Real and Meaningful Development- Advocate Brian Chido Manganye

Youths in Zimbabwe are defined as persons between 15 and 35 years of age. This age range is stipulated in the Constitution of Zimbabwe and is also congruent with the continental definition of youth as defined in the African Youth Charter (15 to 35). Zimbabwe is a youthful country, with approximately 36% (4,702, 046) of the estimated youth in 2019 by UNDP.

The Bill of Rights and the Metaverse- Meshack Masibo

Imagine that you could be somewhere without being there. Imagine if you could attend a business meeting without being there or make passionate submissions to a Judge who sees your movements from your living room. Imagine if you could window-shop the latest handbag straight from your bedroom if you could walk and talk to the attendant about the bags straight from your living room. Imagine if you could walk through a car showroom and have a long conversation with the seller of the car straight from your house in Ruaka.  Closer home, imagine if you could go to your favourite cake shop, inquire about all the cakes from the attendant and buy a cake all from the comfort of your own house. Well, imagine no more, welcome to the Multi – sorry Metaverse.

 The Degree of Participation of African Countries in the World Trade Organisation (WTO) Dispute Settlement- Joalane Lemao

Dispute Settlement in the WTO serves as one of the organization’s core activities. The aim of the dispute settlement mechanism (DSM) is to secure a positive solution to a dispute, where there has been a violation of a member government against the other. The provisions for formal dispute settlement mechanisms under the understanding of rules and procedures governing the settlement of disputes stands as the art, the crown and the jewel of the WTO.

Starlight #3 Edition, December 2022

Download Our Starlight Magazine Edition! #3 EDITION, Dec 2022. The work of young lawyers in the development of the Legal Profession cannot be underemphasized. In this case, the role of these young lawyers in shaping the future of law students cannot be underestimated....

EGYPTIAN LAWYERS PROTEST NEW INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE POLICY

The Egyptian Internal Revenue Service (IRS) has announced that all liberal professionals are obliged to register in the electronic invoice system no date later than December 15, 2022, and send their bills in case of dealing with IRS-registered installations on the electronic invoicing system. This policy from the IRS has provoked a significant case of discontent with lawyers; it has prompted most sub-unions to issue statements against the decision to register in the electronic invoice system, warning to organize vigils and escalate the order.

Exclusive: COVID-19, All You Need To Know

The novel coronavirus (tagged COVID-19) outbreak, which began in Wuhan, China, in late December, has spread to touch nearly every corner of the world. Over a millions people around the world have been infected has reported and thousands of others have died.

Amanda Nneoma Uzoagba: Africa’s Legal Millennial

Amanda Nneoma Uzoagba the Award-Winning Author, Entertainment Lawyer, Creative Business Consultant, Educator, Podcaster, and Public Speaker is our feature in this millennial edition. She is currently a Legal Executive at EbonyLife Limited as her legal practice is majorly focused on the Entertainment and Creative Industry. She has gathered more than 8 years of experience in the Entertainment Industry starting as a blogger, dancer and PR expert for Record Labels before she was called to bar and she continued in the industry as an Entertainment Lawyer and Creative Business Consultant thereafter. She holds a law degree (LLB) from the University of Nigeria Nsukka (UNN) and was called to bar in 2017.

The Zimbabwe Youth Act: An Alternative Youth Empowerment Instrument for Real and Meaningful Development- Advocate Brian Chido Manganye

Youths in Zimbabwe are defined as persons between 15 and 35 years of age. This age range is stipulated in the Constitution of Zimbabwe and is also congruent with the continental definition of youth as defined in the African Youth Charter (15 to 35). Zimbabwe is a youthful country, with approximately 36% (4,702, 046) of the estimated youth in 2019 by UNDP.

Exclusive: COVID-19, All You Need To Know

The novel coronavirus (tagged COVID-19) outbreak, which began in Wuhan, China, in late December, has spread to touch nearly every corner of the world. Over a millions people around the world have been infected has reported and thousands of others have died.

Amanda Nneoma Uzoagba: Africa’s Legal Millennial

Amanda Nneoma Uzoagba the Award-Winning Author, Entertainment Lawyer, Creative Business Consultant, Educator, Podcaster, and Public Speaker is our feature in this millennial edition. She is currently a Legal Executive at EbonyLife Limited as her legal practice is majorly focused on the Entertainment and Creative Industry. She has gathered more than 8 years of experience in the Entertainment Industry starting as a blogger, dancer and PR expert for Record Labels before she was called to bar and she continued in the industry as an Entertainment Lawyer and Creative Business Consultant thereafter. She holds a law degree (LLB) from the University of Nigeria Nsukka (UNN) and was called to bar in 2017.

The Zimbabwe Youth Act: An Alternative Youth Empowerment Instrument for Real and Meaningful Development- Advocate Brian Chido Manganye

Youths in Zimbabwe are defined as persons between 15 and 35 years of age. This age range is stipulated in the Constitution of Zimbabwe and is also congruent with the continental definition of youth as defined in the African Youth Charter (15 to 35). Zimbabwe is a youthful country, with approximately 36% (4,702, 046) of the estimated youth in 2019 by UNDP.

The Bill of Rights and the Metaverse- Meshack Masibo

Imagine that you could be somewhere without being there. Imagine if you could attend a business meeting without being there or make passionate submissions to a Judge who sees your movements from your living room. Imagine if you could window-shop the latest handbag straight from your bedroom if you could walk and talk to the attendant about the bags straight from your living room. Imagine if you could walk through a car showroom and have a long conversation with the seller of the car straight from your house in Ruaka.  Closer home, imagine if you could go to your favourite cake shop, inquire about all the cakes from the attendant and buy a cake all from the comfort of your own house. Well, imagine no more, welcome to the Multi – sorry Metaverse.

 The Degree of Participation of African Countries in the World Trade Organisation (WTO) Dispute Settlement- Joalane Lemao

Dispute Settlement in the WTO serves as one of the organization’s core activities. The aim of the dispute settlement mechanism (DSM) is to secure a positive solution to a dispute, where there has been a violation of a member government against the other. The provisions for formal dispute settlement mechanisms under the understanding of rules and procedures governing the settlement of disputes stands as the art, the crown and the jewel of the WTO.

Starlight #3 Edition, December 2022

Download Our Starlight Magazine Edition! #3 EDITION, Dec 2022. The work of young lawyers in the development of the Legal Profession cannot be underemphasized. In this case, the role of these young lawyers in shaping the future of law students cannot be underestimated....

EGYPTIAN LAWYERS PROTEST NEW INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE POLICY

The Egyptian Internal Revenue Service (IRS) has announced that all liberal professionals are obliged to register in the electronic invoice system no date later than December 15, 2022, and send their bills in case of dealing with IRS-registered installations on the electronic invoicing system. This policy from the IRS has provoked a significant case of discontent with lawyers; it has prompted most sub-unions to issue statements against the decision to register in the electronic invoice system, warning to organize vigils and escalate the order.

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The novel coronavirus (tagged COVID-19) outbreak, which began in Wuhan, China, in late December, has spread to touch nearly every corner of the world. Over a millions people around the world have been infected has reported and thousands of others have died.

Amanda Nneoma Uzoagba: Africa’s Legal Millennial

Amanda Nneoma Uzoagba the Award-Winning Author, Entertainment Lawyer, Creative Business Consultant, Educator, Podcaster, and Public Speaker is our feature in this millennial edition. She is currently a Legal Executive at EbonyLife Limited as her legal practice is majorly focused on the Entertainment and Creative Industry. She has gathered more than 8 years of experience in the Entertainment Industry starting as a blogger, dancer and PR expert for Record Labels before she was called to bar and she continued in the industry as an Entertainment Lawyer and Creative Business Consultant thereafter. She holds a law degree (LLB) from the University of Nigeria Nsukka (UNN) and was called to bar in 2017.

The Zimbabwe Youth Act: An Alternative Youth Empowerment Instrument for Real and Meaningful Development- Advocate Brian Chido Manganye

Youths in Zimbabwe are defined as persons between 15 and 35 years of age. This age range is stipulated in the Constitution of Zimbabwe and is also congruent with the continental definition of youth as defined in the African Youth Charter (15 to 35). Zimbabwe is a youthful country, with approximately 36% (4,702, 046) of the estimated youth in 2019 by UNDP.

The Bill of Rights and the Metaverse- Meshack Masibo

Imagine that you could be somewhere without being there. Imagine if you could attend a business meeting without being there or make passionate submissions to a Judge who sees your movements from your living room. Imagine if you could window-shop the latest handbag straight from your bedroom if you could walk and talk to the attendant about the bags straight from your living room. Imagine if you could walk through a car showroom and have a long conversation with the seller of the car straight from your house in Ruaka.  Closer home, imagine if you could go to your favourite cake shop, inquire about all the cakes from the attendant and buy a cake all from the comfort of your own house. Well, imagine no more, welcome to the Multi – sorry Metaverse.

 The Degree of Participation of African Countries in the World Trade Organisation (WTO) Dispute Settlement- Joalane Lemao

Dispute Settlement in the WTO serves as one of the organization’s core activities. The aim of the dispute settlement mechanism (DSM) is to secure a positive solution to a dispute, where there has been a violation of a member government against the other. The provisions for formal dispute settlement mechanisms under the understanding of rules and procedures governing the settlement of disputes stands as the art, the crown and the jewel of the WTO.

Starlight #3 Edition, December 2022

Download Our Starlight Magazine Edition! #3 EDITION, Dec 2022. The work of young lawyers in the development of the Legal Profession cannot be underemphasized. In this case, the role of these young lawyers in shaping the future of law students cannot be underestimated....

EGYPTIAN LAWYERS PROTEST NEW INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE POLICY

The Egyptian Internal Revenue Service (IRS) has announced that all liberal professionals are obliged to register in the electronic invoice system no date later than December 15, 2022, and send their bills in case of dealing with IRS-registered installations on the electronic invoicing system. This policy from the IRS has provoked a significant case of discontent with lawyers; it has prompted most sub-unions to issue statements against the decision to register in the electronic invoice system, warning to organize vigils and escalate the order.

An Overview of the Guidelines for the Regulation and Supervision of Credit Guarantee Companies in Nigeria- Akin Akorede Folarin

In the first half of 2022, the Central Bank of Nigeria (the “CBN”) issued the Guidelines for the Regulation and Supervision of Credit Guarantee Companies in Nigeria (the “Guidelines”) in furtherance of the Bank’s efforts to improve access to finance and lending for micro, small and medium scale enterprises (“MSMEs”) in Nigeria. To achieve this, the Guidelines introduce a regulatory framework for credit guarantee schemes (“CGS”) in Nigeria to promote flexible collateral requirements by lenders, reduce credit risk, stimulate lower interest rates and accelerate economic growth in the country.

Dancing With The Balance Sheets; An Analysis Of Debt Restructuring In Kenya By Meshack Masibo

In the famous novel titled Things Fall Apart, Chinua Achebe tells the story of a debt-ridden man called Unoka, a story similar to one told by William Shakespeare 400 years earlier about a character called Portia and the greedy Shylock in his book The Merchant of Venice. The narratives center around two persons overburdened by debt to the extent that no one ever gives Unoka a loan because they knew he would not pay while Portia offers a part of her flesh, (if it is gotten without making her bleed) to make good a debt owed to a ravenous shylock.

Before You Sign that Record Deal By Nonso Anyasi

Signing a record deal is a significant moment in every artiste’s career. Perhaps, it is a dream come true. A door to stardom. However, this fulfilling moment may veer to the artiste’s worst nightmare if care is not taken. Why do we say so? In the age of information, ignorance is a choice that is too expensive to make. It is against this backdrop that this writer seeks to expatiate on recording contracts, commonly known as record deals, whilst highlighting the indispensable need to contact a lawyer before signing one.

‘Mental Health in An Unequal World’: A Claim for Granting of Legal Capacity and Protection of Mentally Ill Persons in The Realm of Property Rights By Miracle Okoth Okumu Mudeyi and Teddy Tabu Odira

Mental health is defined as “a state of well-being whereby individuals recognize and realize their abilities, can cope with the normal stresses of life, work productively and fruitfully, and make a contribution to their communities.” A common mental health disorder is estimated to affect one out of every ten Kenyans today. The most common mental illnesses identified in Kenya are depression, anxiety and drug use disorders.

According to the Mental Health Act, of Kenya mental illness translates to a lack of legal capacity to contract on . The act provides a procedure for dealing with the property of people suffering from mental illness. However, legitimate claims arise that this provision is outdated and violates the conventions of international human rights.

Exclusive: COVID-19, All You Need To Know

Exclusive: COVID-19, All You Need To Know

The novel coronavirus (tagged COVID-19) outbreak, which began in Wuhan, China, in late December, has spread to touch nearly every corner of the world. Over a millions people around the world have been infected has reported and thousands of others have died.

The Zimbabwe Youth Act: An Alternative Youth Empowerment Instrument for Real and Meaningful Development- Advocate Brian Chido Manganye

The Zimbabwe Youth Act: An Alternative Youth Empowerment Instrument for Real and Meaningful Development- Advocate Brian Chido Manganye

Youths in Zimbabwe are defined as persons between 15 and 35 years of age. This age range is stipulated in the Constitution of Zimbabwe and is also congruent with the continental definition of youth as defined in the African Youth Charter (15 to 35). Zimbabwe is a youthful country, with approximately 36% (4,702, 046) of the estimated youth in 2019 by UNDP.

The Bill of Rights and the Metaverse- Meshack Masibo

The Bill of Rights and the Metaverse- Meshack Masibo

Imagine that you could be somewhere without being there. Imagine if you could attend a business meeting without being there or make passionate submissions to a Judge who sees your movements from your living room. Imagine if you could window-shop the latest handbag straight from your bedroom if you could walk and talk to the attendant about the bags straight from your living room. Imagine if you could walk through a car showroom and have a long conversation with the seller of the car straight from your house in Ruaka.  Closer home, imagine if you could go to your favourite cake shop, inquire about all the cakes from the attendant and buy a cake all from the comfort of your own house. Well, imagine no more, welcome to the Multi – sorry Metaverse.

 The Degree of Participation of African Countries in the World Trade Organisation (WTO) Dispute Settlement- Joalane Lemao

 The Degree of Participation of African Countries in the World Trade Organisation (WTO) Dispute Settlement- Joalane Lemao

Dispute Settlement in the WTO serves as one of the organization’s core activities. The aim of the dispute settlement mechanism (DSM) is to secure a positive solution to a dispute, where there has been a violation of a member government against the other. The provisions for formal dispute settlement mechanisms under the understanding of rules and procedures governing the settlement of disputes stands as the art, the crown and the jewel of the WTO.

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