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Welcome to L&A-Legal Consultants. At our firm, we are committed to serving our clients’ needs.
L&A-Legal Consultants is a full service law firm committed to providing pragmatic solutions to legal needs of our clients. Our Partners lead a team that provides bespoke legal services for our client’s legal and business interest.
With a clear grasp of the environment, L&A-Legal Consultants maintain a specialized, research-based and well focused law practice and consultancy services tailored to meet the needs of our diversified clientele across industry, private and public sectors.
Meeting and exceeding clients’ needs.
We deploy the full complement of our resources to meet and exceed the needs of our client. Hence, every division of our practice is client focused. We foster a team approach to client service through confidence building and open communication. In the increasingly complex business environment, we use our best endeavor to bring solutions to our clients’ business goals.
We work together.
Team Work is the most important ingredient to every success. Our practice is in accordance to the highest standards of ethics and collegiality, sharing knowledge and delivering services at best-practice standards.
Sound business growth.
We prepare the most efficient and effective strategy to meet our client’s needs.
We provide innovative, precedent creating and value added services. We also create new opportunities for our client’s interest.
we have based our core values on strong observance of Professionalism, Excellence, Quality Legal Advice and Client Satisfaction at all times.
Committed to first class service and top tier experience.
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TRACY CHAPMAN IS SUING NICKI MINAJ FOR...
Tracy Chapman is suing Nicki Minaj for using part of one of her songs. The case has the potential to upend the way music is written and how artists borrow from one another. Minaj’s song “Sorry” obviously takes from Chapman’s song “Baby Can I Hold You.” Nobody disputes that. Minaj and her people asked Chapman for permission during and after production of “Sorry,” and Chapman and her reps said no, multiple times. So Minaj didn’t release the song on her 2018 album. “What complicates it in this case is that there was further redistribution,” said Eugene Volokh, a professor at UCLA School of Law.