After deliberating on the petition filed against him by the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) on Wednesday, members of the NJC unanimously agreed that Onnoghen has lost the moral authority to continue as CJN with the litany of allegations bordering on misconduct.
Innoson Motors v. GTBank: What the Recent Supreme Court really means for lawyers, customers, and the general public
First of all, your money is safe. A Writ of Fi Fa prohibits the bailiff from seizing the goods of third parties. Account holders with GTBank are the third parties in this context, and their monies are the goods in question.
Olamide Animashaun provides a comprehensive overview of Nigeria’s tax framework, the national tax gap and efforts to enhance tax collection.
Court Rules That Absence of Ministerial Consent Rendered Lekoil 310 Acquisition Of OPL 310 Inchoate & Invalid
Federal High Court, Lagos Division has today, March 28, 2019, dismissed the suit
filed by Professor Fidelis Oditah, QC, SAN on behalf of Lekoil 310 Ltd and
Afren Investment Oil and Gas (Nigeria) Ltd, against the Honourable Minister of
Petroleum Resources asking the Court to hold and deem as granted, and valid Lekoil’s
2015 acquisition of participating interest of Afren Oil & Gas in Oil
Producing Licence 310.
This review seeks to evaluate the balance of rights between intellectual property rights owners and the competing interests and rights at stake given Article 13(Now 17) (as amended) of the EU Directive on Copyright in the Digital Single Market
The Osun State Governorship Election Petitions Tribunal sitting in Abuja, the Federal Capital Territory, recently declared Ademola Adeleke, candidate of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), winner of the 2018 governorship election in the state.
Suspended Chief Justice of Nigeria, Justice Walter Onnoghen, Yakassai told the Mr Danladi Umar led a three-man panel of the Code of Conduct Tribunal, CCT, that contrary to what was alleged in the media, he said the suspended CJN owned only five houses.
The US Supreme Court has ruled that creators can’t sue someone for copyright infringement before they’ve obtained a copyright registration certificate. In a unanimous decision, Justice Ginsburg clarifies that applying for a copyright registration is not sufficient. Major copyright holders are not happy with the decision, but for some others it may offer hope.
Olukolade Ehinmosan writes about how Base Erosion and Profit Shifting can prompt domestic resistance to tax compliance and enforcement, if not properly addressed.