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  • The sugar plant at Wonji-Shoa is chugging along, but the government’s 10 other projects – estimated to cost more than $5.5bn – face problems of their own. Source:
  • Under gentle pressure from the Supreme Court not to split up the argument on single questions, the legal teams supporting same-sex marriage have settled on one lawyer to present each issue. The teams thus have abandoned their earlier request to let four lawyers appear on their side — along with a federal government lawyer — […]
  • The government of Ghana has approached the country’s Supreme Court to reclaim €25 million wrongfully paid to Waterville Holdings, while the construction firm heads to the International Court of Arbitration to block the process. Source:
  • We are live-blogging this morning as opinions in argued cases are announced. Join us here. Source:
  • NAIROBI, March 31 (Reuters) – The following company announcements, scheduled economic indicators, debt and currency market moves and political events may affect African markets on Tuesday. – – – – – EVENTS: * KENYA – Inflation data for March due to be announced GLOBAL MARKETS Asian stocks rose across the board on Tuesday after a […]
  • The petition of the day is: Vitran Express, Inc. v. Campbell 14-819Issue: (1) Whether the Ninth Circuit erred by holding, in conflict with the decisions of this Court, and other courts of appeals, that for purposes of preemption under the Federal Aviation Administration Authorization Act of 1994 (FAAAA), a state law of general applicability only […]
  • ABUJA, March 30 (Reuters) – Nigerian opposition candidate Muhammadu Buhari built a lead of 2.7 million votes with all but six states counted on Monday, raising the prospect of a ballot box victory for a man who first came to power three decades ago via a military coup. The margin is close enough that President […]
  • * U.S., UK concerned about collation process (Updates with results tally) Source:
  • The Court closes out the last day of its March argument session with the second of a pair of bankruptcy cases, Harris v. Viegelahn. This surely is one of the more low-stakes cases of the Term: a dispute involving a little more than $4,000, funds from income petitioner Charles Harris earned after he sought bankruptcy […]
  • You’ve got to see this over-the-top, wacky law firm ad that looks more like an Ocean’s 11 sequel. Was it intentional or tongue-in-cheek? Who cares! It’s awesome. Source:
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