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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“Rome Was Not Built in a Day” might just be the biggest political fallacy of our time...

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It may be surprising, but I think that Coming to America may be having its greatest period of...

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You must be weary of my unending coverage of the political defecations now. No, that was not a...

Stella Oduah Responds To Allegations Of Laundering Money With Maid's Account
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For about 5 months between 2013-14, former fundraiser for the presidential campaign of President Jonathan, and his erstwhile...

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Dr Reuben Abati, announced that President Jonathan had suspended Sanusi Lamido Sanusi, Governor of the Central Bank of...

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Why aren’t our labels and their artists getting along? Virtually all major labels have had a public spat...

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I’m glad I bought a copy of Max Siollun’s Soldiers of Fortune. Many might say it merely rehashes...

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“Convert to Digital and then change the entire product.” That’s how my mind summarised it, anyway. That tweet...

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The Nigerian quest for leadership continues and, unfortunately for progressives, zoning and entitlement to others standing down so...

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It's probably not intentional, but the limericks have veered, in a most determined fashion, into the theatre of...

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It's probably not intentional, but the limericks have veered, in a most determined fashion, into the theatre of...

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The word “faction” has probably never had greater prominence, in Nigerian political history, since Western Nigeria's political crisis...

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When you buy or are given tickets to attend a concert, is your expectation merely to see musicians...

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It has now been widely reported that IBAN* and BON** (associations of independent television and radio broadcasters) have...

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360nobs presents another interesting read from Rotimi Fawole @TexTheLaw. Read, Enjoy, Comment

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How will I remember Nelson Mandela? It will be in the music that was made about him and...

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The question I put forward to you today is Are Nigerian Artists today making music worth covering?

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The chances are, when you listen to a three and a half minute track from your favourite artist,...

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In recent news, Chocolate City served Brymo with an injunction, restraining him from recording, releasing or promoting any new music other...

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One of the courses I treated with the greatest disdain in University was GES 101. I can’t  remember...