A Review of the Regulation and Taxation of the Gaming Industry in Nigeria Part 1

A Review of the Regulation and Taxation of the Gaming Industry in Nigeria Part 1

The gaming industry in Nigeria is one with enormous potential for revenue generation. However, the prospect of realizing this potential is seriously hindered by the lopsided policies of regulation and taxation in the industry. This two part study attempts to critically examine the current state of the industry by reviewing the regulatory framework for gaming in Nigeria as well as adopting a highlighting the applicable taxes in that industry and juxtaposing with what obtains in advanced jurisdictions.

Court Restrains Lagos, Ogun, From Interfering With Operations Of Lottery Companies

Court Restrains Lagos, Ogun, From Interfering With Operations Of Lottery Companies

A Federal High Court sitting in Lagos has restrained Lagos and Ogun governments from disrupting operations of lottery companies in their states for allegedly operating without licenses. Justice Mohammed Idris held that it would be illegal to stop the lottery companies from operating over allegations that they have not obtained state’s licenses when they had earlier been licensed by the Federal Government.

New Law Firm Primus Grace LP Joins List of Top Nigerian Law Firms

New Law Firm Primus Grace LP Joins List of Top Nigerian Law Firms

A new law firm named Primus Grace (PG) Legal Practitioners (LP) has joined the ranks of leading Nigerian law Firms. Primus Grace LP is a full service leading African law firm, with offices in Lagos and Abuja and practice areas in Energy Law (Oil and Gas Inclusive), Infrastructure, Banking, Capital Markets, Insurance, Finance, Corporate and Corporate Law, Regulatory Compliance, Private International Law, Public International Law, Dispute Resolution (Litigation and Arbitration Inclusive), and General Legal Practice.

Dasuki Loses At Supreme Court

Dasuki Loses At Supreme Court

The Supreme Court has said that the detention of former National Security Adviser Colonel Sambo Dasuki was not at the instance of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) that put him on trial.