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Provision of Reasonable Time for Public Participation is Mandatory Before The Enactment of a Statute In the matter between Land Access Movement of South Africa & 5 Others and Chairperson of the National Council of Provinces & 17 Others Constitutional Court of South Africa Case CCT 40/15 Mogoeng CJ, Moseneke DCJ, Bosielo AJ, Cameron J, […]

A Civil Right or Remedy is not Available Where a Statute Gives a Criminal Penalty for an Offence Committed by a Director of a Company Campbell v Gordon Supreme Court of the United Kingdom 2016] UKSC 38 on appeal from [2015] CSIH 11 Hale D.P, Mance J, Reed J, Carnwath J and Toulson J July […]

Bad Character Evidence Should be Proved Beyond Reasonable Doubt for it to be Admissible In Court R v Mitchell (Northern Ireland) Supreme Court of the United Kingdom [2016] UKSC 55 on appeal from [2015] NICA 34 Kerr J , Clarke J, Hughes J, Toulson J and Hodge J October 19, 2016 Reported by Linda Awuor […]

Racism by an Employee in the Workplace is no Ground for a Procedurally Unfair Termination South African Revenue Service v Commission for Conciliation, Mediation and Arbitration and 2 others Constitutional Court of South Africa CCT 19/16 Mogoeng CJ, Nkabinde ADCJ, Cameron, Froneman, Jafta, Khampepe, Madlanga, Zondo, Mhlantla JJ, Mbha, Musi AJJ November 8, 2016 Reported […]

Deportation of a Foreign Criminal Born of Unmarried Parents is Discriminatory R (on the application of Johnson) v Secretary of State for Home Department Supreme Court of the United Kingdom [2016] UKSC 56 Lady Hale DP, Lord Kerr, Lord Reed, Lord Hughes, Lord Toulson October 19, 2016 Reported by Linda Awuor & Faith Wanjiku Download […]

Supreme Court of Belize Invalidates Section of the Belize Criminal Code Prohibiting Private Anal Sex Between Consenting Adults. Caleb Orozco v The Attorney General of Belize & 7 Others Supreme Court of Belize Claim no. 668 of 2010 K. Benjamin CJ August 10, 2016 Reported by Linda Awuor & Faith Wanjiku Download the Decision Constitutional […]

Supreme Court Declares Texas House Bill 2’s Abortion Regulations Unconstitutional. Whole Woman’s Health vHellerstedt Commissioner, Texas Department of State Health Services, et al No. 15-274 Supreme Court of the United States Roberts, C. J., Breyer, Kennedy, Ginsburg, Sotomayor, Kagan, Ginsburg, Thomas, Alito, Thomas, JJ June 27, 2016 Reported by Linda Awuor & Faith Wanjiku Download […]

Kenya Laws Exhibits at the 2016 Nairobi International Trade Fair By Jeremiah Othieno. Kenya Law joined other exhibitors at the 14th Annual Nairobi Trade fair (NITF) show held at Jamuhuri Park from 3rd-9th October 2016. The 2016 NITF was themed “Enhancing Technology in Agriculture and Industry for Food Security and National Growth” and was officially […]

Kenya Law Participates at the LSK Legal Awareness By Joseph Asige. Public legal information is part of the common heritage of humanity and maximizing access to this information promotes Justice and the Rule of Law. It is for this reason that Kenya Law Participated in the 2016 LSK Legal Awareness week held from 26th September […]

A Director of a Company has ostensible authority to enter into an agreement with an employee that is binding to the company In the matter between Kenneth Nkosana Makate and Vodacom (Pty) Limited Constitutional Court of South Africa Case CCT 52/15 Mogoeng CJ, Moseneke DCJ, Cameron J, Jafta J, Khampepe J, Madlanga J, Matojane AJ, […]

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