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Have All Seats in the First Row Still been Reserved for Shareholders?

Shareholder primacy has gained enormous support among scholars, policymakers and practitioners. Shareholder primacy has become an ideology that has gained considerable momentum. However, the reality of today’s global economy shows that companies are governed and structured to achieve different goals other than maximising shareholder value. There is a transition in corporate law from shareholder primacy …

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Adequacy of Legal and Policy Measures taken to Realise Older Persons’ Right to Healthcare in Tanzania

Global and regional human rights treaties require state parties, including Tanzania, to take constitutional, legislative, policy and other measures to give effect to the rights guaranteed in the treaties. This article seeks to answer the question of whether Tanzania has taken adequate constitutional, legislative, and policy measures toward realising older persons’ right to healthcare. Tanzania’s …

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Contemporary Issues on Organ Donation and Transplantation in Nigeria: A Discussion

Organ donation and transplantation is one of the areas of bioethical advancement in medicine that is attracting more attention in health care especially in developing countries like Nigeria.  The technological advancement in medical technology has made it possible to prolong the lives of the patients having organs problems through transplantation of organs. However, one of …

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A Critical Analysis of State-Imposed Health Emergencies and Violations of Civil Liberties during the Coronavirus Pandemic

Our future generations will ever remember the year 2020 for the human tragedy caused by the covid-19 pandemic, which was the worst in human history. That year saw the emergence of the coronavirus disease covid-19, which initially appeared in 2019 in the Chinese region of Wuhan and eventually spread around the world. It compelled states …

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The Challenges of the Concept of Working from Home under the Spectrum of the Cameroonian Labour Law

The drastic evolution in technology is one powerful reason why most jobs across the globe are performed with efficiency. The outbreak of the Corona Virus Pandemic across the globe in 2019 forced most labour sectors in developing countries like Cameroon to resort to telework[i]  therefore maturing the concept of ‘Working From Home’ (WFH). As a …

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An Assessment Of Tanzania’s Compliance With International Rules And Principles On Prohibition Of Excessive Use Of Force By Individuals

International customary law and principles prohibit the use of excessive force. The legal prohibition on use of excessive force by individuals under international law came from different documents, but specifically to the Code of Conducts for Law Enforcement officials and the Basic Principles on the Use of Force and Firearms by Law Enforcement Officials. The …

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Revisiting V. Tulasamma And Ors. Vs Sesha Reddy (Dead) By Lrs.: An Overview and Social Analysis

Tulasamma’s husband died in the year 1931, in a state of jointness with his step brother Sesha Reddy, leaving behind Tulasamma as his widow. Tulasamma filed a petition for maintenance against Sesha Reddy in the Court of the District Munsif, Nellore. Sesha Reddy filed an interlocutory application for recording a compromise, alleging that the parties …

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