Expressing view about how government could nip in the bud the recurring cases of jungle justice, Ufeli said the government must wake up to its responsibilities. He said: “Jungle justice...
Abia judicial committee uncovers infractions
The Committee on the Reform of the Judiciary set up by Abia State governor, Dr Okezie Ikpeazu has said it observed numerous infractions in the system.
Our business grounded, firm tells workers
Following the threat to commence legal action against Chrome Group over alleged indebtedness to staff, the company has said its business is ‘grounded’ since September 2015 due to the economic meltdown.
Enlarged ADR committee wades into community conflict in Anambra
Anambra State Judiciary has approved an enlarged Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) committee to look into the conflict in Anambra community divided about the name to adopt between Nkerehi and Umuchukwu.
Firm challenges order to transfer $10.5m to unknown third party
A firm in the telecommunications sector, INT Towers Limited, has frowned at what it called a strange order by a magistrate court, ordering it to transfer $10.5million to the account of a company it does not know or have any dealings with.
What’s amiss in Sokoto?
While they may have well formed the basis for the investigation by the EFCC, charges are usually substantiated by the ‘Proof of Evidence’ that the prosecution attaches to the charge sheet.
Legal experts brainstorm on PIGB implementation
Legal experts in the oil and gas industry are set to gather in Lagos to fashion a roadmap for effective implementation of the Petroleum Industry Governance Bill (PIGB). The Senate had passed the bill earlier this year.
Court orders Western Publishers to pay ex-workers N7m in 30 days
Western Publishing Company Limited, publishers of Compass Newspapers, has been ordered by the National Industrial Court (NIC), Lagos to pay former employees all their entitlements, including pensions running into N7 million in the next 30 days.
Firm seeks more regulatory compliance in sports, entertainment industries
The head of regulatory compliance of OAL, Beverley Agbakoba-Onyejianya stated this in Lagos on Thursday during an event with industry stakeholders.
Group charges judiciary to reform its procedures
Senior Programme Officer, Ms. Chinelo Chinweze, the group said they have been representing the plaintiff in the matter and challenged the brutal assault of Mr. Enilari, a flour merchant by officers of the Nigerian Army.
Court sues for amicable settlement in N19.5m judgment debt against Institute of Chemists
Justice Anthonia Ubaka of the National Industrial Court (NIC), Lagos has urged parties in the suit against the Institute of Chartered Chemist of Nigeria (ICCON) to seek out of court settlement and report back to the court October 16.