The legal backing for monetary policy by the CBN derives from the various statutes of the bank such as the Central Bank of Nigeria Act 2007 (as amended).
Usenfowokan v Salami (1969) NMLR at page 77 revisited: The need to Expressly Plead Fraud by Morenike Okebu
This article will examine the need to plead fraud and what happens when a party fails to do so. The article does not examine the sufficiency of the pleading but whether fraud is pleaded at all.
Sylvester Udemezue: The Making of Responsible & Responsive Governance: X-Raying the Paul Usoro Leadership of the Nigerian Bar Association
As the quarterly meeting of the National Executive Committee (NEC) of the Nigerian Bar Association (NBA) concludes in Abuja, the writer considers it necessary to take another look at some of the successes already recorded by the Paul Usoro-led NBA leadership
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
You can increase the odds of ending up with a great personal injury lawyer in Ithaca, New York by following the tips discussed in this piece.
Sylvester Udemezue: Can a Tribunal Cancel Some Votes Cast in an Election and Still Declare a Candidate Winner of the Election based on the Un-Cancelled Votes? A Brief Reflection on Section 140 & Related Sections of the Electoral Act, 2010
I have seen and read the following statement on more than four different Social Media platforms within the last 24 hours:
Osun Governorship Election Petition Tribunal Judgment – A Post-Mortem Opinion By Misbau Alamu Lateef
I have taken the pleasure and pains to read them ALL, all night! If you do, I bet you will appreciate the Minority judgement more. I do.
Morenike Okebu: Does Time Cease To Run For Purposes Of Limitation Law Where Plaintiff Commences its Action in The Wrong Court?
This is one of the hidden gems tucked away in the long list of precedent emanating from our Supreme Court. This case is surely a conversation starter for any lawyer and piques one’s interest because of the recondite area of law which it discusses.
Investigations on the alleged forgery case involving an ex-staff of Zedcrest Capital, Michael Friday Edenya, has revealed that the former staff acted unprofessionally.