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Governance Oversight – Is Your Board An Active One?

In a recent interview with Christopher P. Skroupa on Forbes.com, Walied Soliman (Chair of Norton Rose Fulbright Canada, LLP and Co-Chair of Norton Rose Fulbright’s Canadian special situations team) weighs in on what it means to be an active director. The interview … Continue reading

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Readerspeak: Active judiciary complements democratic set-up (The Times of India)

Judiciary has an important role in a democracy. However, it is one of the three organs of the state and activism by any one of the organs certainly leads to a state of misbalance. Read more detail on Legal News … Continue reading

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Case Law Development: Burden of Proof of Indian Child Welfare Act Element of “Active Efforts” to Reu

The Nebraska Supreme Court joins those states that interpret the Indian Child Welfare Act to require only clear and convincing proof that “active efforts have been made to provide remedial services and rehabilitative programs” 25 U.S.C. 1912(d) in order to… … Continue reading

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