US Supreme Court
Impunity within the arms and tiers of government - Part 2
I, therefore, believe that rooting out the culture of impunity in Nigeria will require the re-enforcement of the institutions of justice to wit: the judicial arm of Government.
No, US supreme court hasn’t ruled against ‘universal vaccination’ – there’s no such thing
“A BIG VICTORY FOR FREEDOM IN THE UNITED STATES,” reads a message posted on Facebook in South Africa on 24 April 2021. “The Supreme Court overturned universal vaccination.” It adds: “US infectious disease specialist Bill Gates, Fauci, and Big Pharma lost a US Supreme Court case, failing to prove all of their vaccines over the past 32 years…
Legality of waiver of sovereign immunity clauses in international contracts
So much frenzy and hysteria has gripped the intellectual and political space of Nigeria, and possibly beyond, over the clause waiving Nigeria’s sovereign immunity in the 2018 rail construction contract executed between the Federal Government of Nigeria.
Last-minute court order halts US execution
The US Supreme Court on Thursday put a last-minute temporary block on the execution of man found guilty of murdering of three police officers in Alabama in 2004.
US top court to weigh in on gay, transgender rights
The US Supreme Court said Monday it will take up the question of whether gay and transgender workers are protected by federal law that bars discrimination in the workplace.
US Supreme Court leans toward backing Trump travel ban
The US Supreme Court appeared closely divided Wednesday over whether President Donald Trump had the power to block travelers from six mostly Muslim countries, in the biggest legal test of the administration's contentious travel ban.
Trump policies at stake in US Supreme Court session
On many of these issues the Republican administration of President Donald Trump has taken the exact opposite position from that of the previous Democratic administration under Barack Obama.
US Supreme Court takes narrow view on tribal immunity
The US Supreme Court took a narrow view Tuesday on the immunity from lawsuits enjoyed by Native American tribes, which are treated in some respects like sovereign states that cannot be sued in American courts.