Sack of Married Female Staff: Lawyer establishes facts against Globacom on sack of over 90 female staff …Slams N50b suit on Globacom
President of the Nigeria Bar Association (NBA), Mr Abubakar Mahmoud (SAN), said proposed amendments to the Legal Practitioners Act were very necessary in view of the fact that it was archaic, having been enacted in 1962.
The Nigerian Bar Association (NBA) Lagos Branch on Tuesday held a seminar on major issues involved in equity offerings in Nigeria, at the Lagos City Hall.
A member of House of Representatives, Mr Nicholas Ossai (Delta-APC), on Wednesday urged Nigerians to hold the Executive responsible for the delay in the passage of 2018 Appropriation Bill.
Governor Abiola Ajimobi of Oyo State has expressed his support for the establishment of a multi-door court house in the state, citing its potential to enhance the speedy dispensation of justice.
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.
Publishers of Babalola’s Law Dictionary have set up this quiz competition strictly for the participation, benefit and welfare of young lawyers between 0 and 7 years’ post call.
Anti-graft coalition, the CiviI Society Network Against Corruption (CSNAC), has commended the judiciary for its recent reinstatement of Mr. Aaron Kaase, a whistleblower sacked from the Police Service Commission (PSC) for exposing the corrupt activities of Mr. Mike Okiro, PSC Chairman. CSNAC also stated that the development has confirmed its allegations of corruption against Mr. Okiro, a former Inspector-General of Police. The coalition’s position was made known in a statement signed by its Chairman, Mr. Olanrewaju Suraju.
A Federal High Court in Lagos on Thursday fixed March 19 for continuation of trial of alleged copyright infringement by Young Shall Grow Motors Ltd. The Young Shall Grow Bus The Copyright Society of Nigeria (COSON) had taken the company to court to challenge an alleged copyright infringement as guaranteed by the Copyright Act, Cap 28, Laws of the Federation, 2004.
A political party, the Action Peoples Party, has applied to the Federal High Court in Abuja to be joined as a defendant in the suit filed by the Accord Party to challenge the constitutionality of the ongoing amendment to the Electoral Act by the National Assembly.