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  • Abracadabra! Associates’ paychecks have magically grown larger! Source:
  • The Wachtell attorney just keeps dropping truth bombs all over this feature and it’s hilarious. Source:
  • Labor and employment law has encountered a wave of rapid changes in recent months. Source:
  • LONDON, Aug 16 (Reuters) – Nigerian differentials have fallen enough to whittle down an overhang of unsold cargoes and even encouraged some buying from a major Indian refiner, traders said on Thursday. Source:
  • LONDON, Aug 16 (Reuters) – Oil pricing agency S&P Global Platts on Thursday said it would publish prices for six small West African crude grades for the first time. Source:
  • Charlotte Garden is an associate professor at Seattle University School of Law. This post analyzes Judge Brett Kavanaugh’s most significant work-law opinions. Although several are already receiving attention and analysis – especially his dissent in a case that arose after a killer whale killed a trainer – Kavanaugh has drafted dozens of other opinions in […]
  • ACCRA, Aug 16 (Reuters) – The currencies of Ghana, Zambia and Uganda are likely to trade on the back foot in the coming week but those of Nigeria and Kenya may hold steady. Source:
  • For USA Today, Richard Wolf reports that “[f]or three eventful years of George W. Bush’s presidency – involving wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, Hurricane Katrina, battles over abortion and immigration, and two Supreme Court vacancies – Brett Kavanaugh held one of the most important jobs in the White House,” but “as the Senate considers Kavanaugh’s […]
  • Africa’s new aviation treaty brings huge opportunities, and both Boeing and European rival Airbus want their piece of the pie Source:
  • Angola will launch next year a new agency to handle oil concessions, the government said on Thursday, as President João Lourenço pushes ahead with reforms aimed at boosting production in Africa’s second biggest oil industry. Source:
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