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By Banwo & Ighodalo
Nigeria operates a "first to file" system and our Trade Marks Act grants the owner of a registered trademark exclusive rights to use the trademark and protect it from any form of infringement.
By Ken Etim, Azeezah Muse-Sadiq, Kemi Ajayi, Oluwatoba Oguntuase, Emmanuel Onyeabor
On July 24, 2014, the International Accounting Standard Board ("IASB") launched the International Financial Reporting Standard 9 ("IFRS 9")
By Banwo & Ighodalo
The Tax Appeal Tribunal, South East Zone, sitting in Enugu ("TAT" or the "Tribunal"), recently held that tax audits conducted by relevant tax authorities in violation of statutorily laid...
By Azeezah Muse-Sadiq, Emmanuel Onyeabor
The Act has significant tax implications for companies carrying on business operations in Nigeria.
By Olumide Osundolire, Oluwatoba Oguntuase, Chinasa Uwanna, Aramide Sanni
This would then be auto-verified and accepted by the e-Form ‘M' platform.
By Olumide Osundolire, Oluwatoba Oguntuase
Countries that adopt this view have either expressly legislated against parallel imports or put in place regulatory regimes that set some limits.
By Isa Alade, Oluwatoba Oguntuase
An effective national identity management system is critical to the development of any economy.
By Ken Etim, Tunji Adeyemi
The contention on the applicability of the Coastal and Inland Shipping (Cabotage) Act, 2003 to Drilling Rigs, particularly on the question of whether a Drilling Rig can be construed as a vessel within the definition ...
By Ken Etim, Tunji Adeyemi
The Federal High Court, in the case of Seadrill Mobile Units Nigeria Limited v The Honourable Minister for Transportation & 2 Others, has held that Rigs fall within the scope of the definition of vessels under the Cabotage Act ...
By Seyi Bella, Oluwatoba Oguntuase
In exercise of its statutory powers and regulatory functions, the NAICOM, recently reviewed the minimum paid-up share capital requirement for all classes of insurers doing business in Nigeria.
By Ayotunde Owoigbe, Oluwatoba Oguntuase
By the time ‘The Nigerian Capital Market Master Plan 2015-2025' was launched by the SEC in November 2015, as a 10-year road map for developing the country's capital market into a global financial center, ...
By Banwo & Ighodalo, Oluwatoba Oguntuase, Olumide Osundolire
In a letter dated March 19, 2019, addressed to the leadership of the National Assembly and read at Plenary on the floor of the Senate on Tuesday, April 2, 2019, President Muhammadu Buhari declined assent to eight Bills ...
By Toyin Bashir, Oluwatoba Oguntuase
On Friday, January 25, 2019, the Federal Government of Nigeria ("FGN"), in furtherance of its commitment to infrastructure development being a key growth driver and economic development enabler; ...
By Asue Ighodalo, Oluwatoba Oguntuase
Africa is said to be the world's last economic frontier and massive potential for economic growth abounds on the continent.
By Asue Ighodalo, Oluwatoba Oguntuase
Generally, legal practice (what lawyers do) hasn't changed much but what has undergone, and is continually undergoing significant changes, is legal delivery (who bundles the work and from what model).
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