The provisions of the Electoral Act on campaign finance and campaign deadlines were enacted for good reasons such as limiting corruption tendencies and undue influence of voters.
Lawyard is pleased to be associated with the Olaniran Quadri Essay Competition and to have published this winning essay written by Disu Damilare.
Embedded Power Generation and Captive Power Generation: The Dichotomy and Regulations by Friday Abia
The two phrases (Embedded Power Generation “EG” and Captive Power Generation “PG”) are occasionally confused for one another.
Cyber bullying and Emotional Intelligence: Where’s the Nigerian Millennial? by Martin Beck Nworah Esq.
Cyberbullying or harassment is done using online tools. This is the harassment that happens using 21st century online tools, most especially the social media
An Introduction To Competition Law And Policy: An Analysis Of The Federal Competition And Consumer Protection Bill By Yori Ehimony Jr
In Market economies, there is inherent danger that market players may distort or even eliminate competition in order to maximize profits, or in order to acquire and abuse their market power.
Whilst not attempting to further comment on the merit of this matter as it is the subject of a number of ongoing court actions, it is important to put this out there.
Chairman of Code of Conduct Tribunal, CCT, Justice Danladi Umar, has no criminal charges for fraud pending against him in the course of discharging his duties, according to PRNigeria.
Appeals From The National Industrial Court: How The Supreme Court Saved A “Copy And Paste” Legislative Fiasco
The principles of natural justice and the constitutional right of appeal are the basis of any legal system in the world today.
We are a group of Senior Advocates of Nigeria who feel embarrassed and deeply concerned by the recent events surrounding the suspension of Honourable Justice W. S. N. Onnoghen as the Chief Justice of Nigeria.