The case of Saraki just like that of Tinubu is believed in many quarters to be politically motivated
Dr. Myma Belo-Osagie is a commercial law practitioner. A Council member of the Nigerian Bar Association Section Busines Law (NBA-SBL), she is a Senior Partner at Udo-Udoma & Belo-Osagie, where she heads the telecommunications and oil and gas teams. In this interview with The Nation’s Legal Editor John Austin Unachukwu, she speaks on economic challenges and national issues.
The focus of the Credit Reporting Act 2017 is to avail lenders reliable information upon which they may exercise their discretion
Astute legal practitioner and former general secretary of the Nigerian Bar Association Mazi Afam Osigwe has released a message to Muslims across Nigeria
Disruptive technology has affected virtually every industry in the world. There is almost always one ‘app’ that helps you solve a problem or answer a question these days.
The recent Judgment of Hon. Justice Adedayo Oyebanji in suit no. LD/13/2008-Adebo Holdings Ltd &Anor v. Nigerian Bottling CompanyPlc&Anor, has brought to the fore Nigeria’s lackadaisical attitude towards the protection of consumers just as it is in other facet of its national life.
There is dearth of information about the legal framework around as music, movies, fashion and other aspects of the entertainment industry in Nigeria.
This article will focus mainly on workers’ and women’s rights but will also in passing, proffer solutions to ensure further realisation of children’s rights all of which will hopefully bequeath us a democracy we can more proudly celebrate in the coming years
I like to start this short piece by asking why Law Pavilion, a company widely known for selling electronic law report is gradually becoming the controller of NBA activities.
The National Judicial Council, under the Chairmanship of Hon. Justice Walter. S. N. Onnoghen, GCON, at its 82nd Meeting which was held on 31st May and 1st June, 2017, considered the case of eight Judicial Officers who were directed to recuse themselves from duties on the request of the Attorney-General of the Federation pending the outcome of investigations against them.