It started with a mother’s serious claim on Facebook and a call to police. The Santa Claus at College Mall in Bloomington, Ind., “spanked” her 5-year-old son, who has autism, the mom said in a Facebook post. Continue reading Santa Claus may sue an Indian mother for defamation
El Chapo’s wife Emma Coronel Aispuro visited him at Manhattan’s Metropolitan Correctional Facility on Thursday.
The 28-year-old beauty queen was pictured outside the facility in a glamorous houndstooth coat and black, Louis Vuitton scarf. Continue reading El Chapo’s 28-year-old wife Emma Coronel Aispuro visits him in Jail
41 candidates will be participating in the next elections into the offices of the Law Society Of Kenya. The Election which will hold in February 2018 has 22 male Lawyers and 19 Females contesting for different positions.
Section 17 of the Constitution of the Law Society of Kenya provides that the council which is the governing body shall consist of Continue reading 19 female Lawyers 22 Males to contest in the next LSK election
The United Nations has approved the vote rejecting United States decision on Jerusalem. In a resolution passed few minutes ago had 128 countries voting against the US decision to move its embassy to Jerusalem against a United Nations resolution. Continue reading Breaking News: 128 countries reject US decision on Jerusalem
The longest meeting of the Federal Executive Council presided over by President Muhammadu Buhari on Wednesday approved a number of memos submitted by cabinet members. Continue reading What Buhari’s longest FEC meeting discussed Wednesday
A 40-year-old man, Femi Adewale, was on Thursday arraigned before Chief Magistrate B. B. Adebowale of an Ota Magistrates’ Court in Ogun state,South West Nigeria, for allegedly collecting N1.1 million under false pretences from a worshipper. Continue reading A Nigerian Pastor docked for allegedly duping worshipper of N1.1m
A judge has refused a request from former clients at a law firm to gain access to copies of documents on their file. Master Leonard, sitting in the Senior Courts Costs Office in Green & Ors v SGI Legal LLP, said the applicants had not shown they were entitled, as of right, to receive copies of another person’s property. Continue reading Court rules ex-clients not entitled to copies of firm’s documents
A barrister who gave a client cash to pay bills and buy clothes while he was representing her in criminal proceedings has been suspended for six months. Continue reading Lawyer suspended for giving client money ‘for food’
Lawyers from different parts of the profession have warned rule-makers to be cautious about any attempts to impose mediation on parties, and warned against punishing those who opt not to mediate. Continue reading Lawyers shun idea of compulsory mediation