Revenge Porn: Nigerian Court Jails Man For Two Years

Revenge Porn: Nigerian Court Jails Man For Two Years

A 40-year-old man, Olubunmi Ayan, has been sentenced to two years imprisonment for revenge porn. Revenge porn or revenge pornography is the distribution of sexually explicit images or video of individuals without their permission. The sexually explicit images or video may be made by a partner of an intimate relationship with the knowledge and consent of the subject, or it may be made without his or her knowledge.

Limitation Of Action: Lost Time Might Not Be Gone Forever – An Analysis Of The Decision In Sifax Nig Ltd V Migfo Nig Ltd  By Onyemauche Ibezim

Limitation Of Action: Lost Time Might Not Be Gone Forever – An Analysis Of The Decision In Sifax Nig Ltd V Migfo Nig Ltd By Onyemauche Ibezim

In the first section of this work, the author explains the meaning of an action vis-à-vis a cause of action and how the Court determines a reasonable cause of action which includes amongst others the documents which the Court looks at to determine whether a Plaintiff has a reasonable cause of action and the consequences of commencing an action without reasonable cause of action.

Honeypot Pornography: Anti-Piracy Lawyer Pleads Guilty To Money Laundering, Perjury, Mail and Wire fraud

Honeypot Pornography: Anti-Piracy Lawyer Pleads Guilty To Money Laundering, Perjury, Mail and Wire fraud

Paul Hansmeier, one of the lead attorneys behind the controversial law firm Prenda, has pleaded guilty to mail, wire fraud, and money laundering. The Pirate Bay provided important evidence in the case, where Hansmeier and his colleague were found creating and uploading porn movies to file-sharing sites to extract settlements from alleged pirates.

Purported Breach of Contract: Foreign Court rejects Nigeria’s request to Revoke N2.7 trillion fine

Purported Breach of Contract: Foreign Court rejects Nigeria’s request to Revoke N2.7 trillion fine

The District Circuit Court in Washington DC has dismissed Nigeria’s request for it to set aside its $8.9billion arbitration award against Nigeria over alleged breach of contract. The court presided over by Justice Christopher Cooper said the request was denied not only on ground that it was belated, but also that it sought the dismissal of the petition for the enforcement of the award. A government legal team led by the Attorney General and Minister of Justice, Abubakar Malami, left Nigeria on Wednesday morning to Washington DC to attempt to get the court to set aside the award against Nigeria.

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