Rotimi Fawole

Rotimi Fawole

Rotimi is a lawyer whose practice areas over the years have been largely within corporate/commercial and intellectual property law. He’s a music lover, plays the guitar and the piano and supports the Arsenal. His other musings can be found on texthelaw.wordpress.com and he tweets from the handle @texthelaw.
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It continued to be a most peculiar time in the land, and in the twin cities of Social...

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The Five Stages Of Political Grief 15 months after the elections and 12 after the swearing-in of the...

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Telephonic Trespass – To Lock or not to Unlock? As more and more couples spend evenings sitting together,...

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It’s been an eventful couple of weeks for the entertainment industry here in Lagos, on the legal side...

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This is the Bill before the Federal House of Representatives proposing an amendment to the provisions in the...

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If, by some tragic stroke of misfortune, President Goodluck Jonathan, Vice-President Namadi Sambo and Senate President David Mark...

It started off congenially enough, with the perfunctory anecdotes, yabis, complaints about advancing in age yet not advancing...

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After the seasons of the Throne of Ekitilopia and the Tword of Prophet TRappatoni, came a festival of...

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Music has always been a time-stamp for me. Most songs that bubble to the surface of my consciousness...

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“If Ebola hits schools” my friend said, “this country will die. Will children stop playing with each other,...

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When I was in university, not so very long ago, LASU was in a tussle with UNIBEN and...

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Kayode Fayemi lost and Ayodele Fayose won. The overwhelming consensus, even with people that were Fayemi aficionados before the...

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I do not know Osita Chidoka personally. So this is not an attack on Osita Chidoka the person....

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News reached us in Nigeria a few days ago that someone (a man named Nicholas Opara) had applied...

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The presidential media chat of the 4th of May 2014 was another opportunity for Nigerians to hear their...

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5 Reasons Why GEJ Should NOT Resign by @TexTheLaw In the wake of 2 bombings in Nigeria’s capital...

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Dave Moyesey ‘s been aging since May His white hair is turning to grey Though used to the...

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On the 27th of March 2014, the Federal High Court, sitting in Lagos, held that “there was no...

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Interesting things typically happen in transit on flights between London and Lagos. Here's one of my own experiences...

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We start our roundup this month with the most awesome thing about March – one celebrated one’s birthday...