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  • State Tax Incentives For Economic Development

    State Tax Incentives For Economic Development

    18:18, August 20 2802 0

    Economic Development is characterized by United Nations as: "Development that addresses the issues of the present without trading off the capacity of future eras to address their own particular issues."
  • The Legalities Of Spending Time With Your Kids After Divorce

    The Legalities Of Spending Time With Your Kids After Divorce

    10:18, July 25 3242 0

    Going through a divorce becomes so much messier and complex when there are kids involved. Once you have gone through the formalities of a divorce and split the assets that you have built up over the years as a couple, how do you then decide how to spend holiday time with your children?
  • Secretary at work

    Being a Legal Secretary

    10:11, July 23 2986 0

    A legal secretary is someone, male or female who works in a law office and executes secretarial functions.



    Inquiry needed into the UK’s role in framing Medhanie Tesfamariam Berhe

    13:25, July 14 29 0

    The acquittal of Medhanie Tesfamariam Berhe (Eritrean man accused of human trafficking cleared in case of mistaken identity, 13 July) is a much belated recognition of his innocence, after he was arrested in Sudan following a British tip-off and tried in Italy. It is also a damning indictment of Italy’s and the UK’s misguided anti-trafficking policy in the Horn of Africa. Both states have been at the forefront of the so-called Khartoum Process in which the EU and European states cooperated with regimes such as Omar al-Bashir’s Sudan. Critics of this process had warned all along about the risk of such partnerships. Mr Berhe’s case was therefore not an unfortunate, unforeseeable incident but entirely predictable. It is time for a thorough inquiry to establish the UK’s role in framing an innocent man and effectively delivering him into the hands of Sudanese forces who were known for torturing suspects, and duly did torture Mr Berhe, who is owed more than an apology by the UK.Dr Lutz OetteSenior lecturer in law, Soas University of London