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  • An argument in favor of in-house counsel spreading their business across multiple firms. Source:
  • * Oil prices fall 4 pct on lack of deeper cuts, longer duration Source:
  • * Governance bill needs lower house and presidency approval (Adds analyst quotes, details, background and bullet points) Source:
  • LONDON, May 25 (Reuters) – Nigerian oil prices were under pressure as the Atlantic Basin remained awash with light crude due to the open arbitrage from the United States to Europe, more Libyan and slow-selling Kazakh CPC Blend in the Mediterranean and the return of Forcados and more Qua Iboe. Source:
  • Nigeria’s Senate passed a long-awaited oil governance bill following its third and final reading, it said on its official Twitter feed on Thursday. Source:
  • Kenya Airways Ltd reported a reduction in pretax losses and a return to profit at the operating level on Thursday, after carrying a record number of passengers in the past year, and said it expected a financial restructuring would be completed shortly. Source:
  • At Governing, Alan Greenblatt discusses how the “’efficiency gap,’” which “works by looking at how many votes for one party are wasted,” may provide “the missing piece for complainants” seeking to “statistically prove intent when it comes to partisan gerrymanders” like the one at issue in Gill v. Whitford, a pending cert petition the justices […]
  • JOHANNESBURG, May 25 (Reuters) – South African consumer goods maker Tiger Brands said on Thursday half-year earnings rose 6.3 percent, buoyed by the grains division in its home market, but flagged a slowdown in the second half. Source:
  • The petition of the day is: Santander Holdings USA, Inc. v. United States 16-1130 Issue: Whether foreign tax payments should be treated as “expenses” and thereby factored into a court’s pre-tax profitability calculation under the economic substance test. The post Petition of the day appeared first on SCOTUSblog. Source:
  • * Contracts amount to approximately rmb12.374 billion in aggregate Source:
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