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By S.P.A. Ajibade & Co.
The quest for the diversification of the Nigerian economy towards activating other sources of revenue
By Ibidolapo Bolu, Oluwasolape Owoyemi
In the last few years, the Nigerian government has shown its determination towards creating a conducive and enabling environment for investors coming into the country.
By Ayodele Adeniyi
Once an action is instituted in Court, it requires the active participation of the parties involved from commencement to conclusion.
By Ololade Jacob-Obi
In a country where there are over 149 million active phone lines, where over 10 million people are owners of at least one mobile phone, and where the telecommunications industry contributes more...
By Peter Olaoye Olalere
A freezing order or injunction an interim court order, originated as an equitable remedy from the decisions of English courts, which restrains a party from handling or disposing of assets within jurisdiction...
By Yetunde Okojie, Ibidolapo Bolu
The existence of a comprehensive legal regime for the regulation of competition is extremely important to the growth of any advanced economy. Nigeria's competition laws have been grossly inadequate ...
By Yetunde Okojie, Oluwasolape Owoyemi
To commemorate the World Intellectual Property Day celebrated on 26th April 2018, the theme focused on "Powering change: Women in Innovation and creativity" ...
By Peter Olaoye Olalere, Frederick Adefarati, Uche Matthew
The Nigerian Court of Appeal (Lagos Division) affirmed the position of the law that it is criminal to deal in petroleum products without a license in its recent decision delivered in the case of M.V. Long Island v. FRN.
By Benedict Oregbemhe, Yetunde Okojie
A Telecommunications Service Provider's Wrongful Interruption of a Subscriber's Access to Network Usage: Any Right of Action?
By Frederick Adefarati
Arbitration can either arise by an order of court, by statute or most commonly by agreement of the parties.
By Benedict Oregbemhe
In telephony, dropped calls may be due to the service providers' fault, local environment constraints, and cell phone problems.
By Adetola Ayanru
Pro bono is short for "Pro bono Publico" a Latin phrase which means "for the public good". It is a term often used in the description of the provision of free legal services by lawyers to the people in need of such services, who are unable to afford it.
By Adetola Ayanru, Oluwasolape Owoyemi
On January 1st 2018, the Federal Government of Nigeria commenced the implementation of the 2017 Revised
By Benedict Oregbemhe
This regulation has such broad and extensive reach, that in our view its scope exceeds the powers of the commission to legislate upon
By Peter Olaoye Olalere
The Nigerian Petroleum Industry Bill (PIB) possibly ranks as number one by a wide margin among the bills that have spent the most time with the legislature.