On the day the news of the Paradise Papers broke, the BBC aired a documentary showing the investigations its journalists had done since the data leak.
‘Too much arbitration cases leave Africa and that is a huge problem for continent’
Arbitration practice as one of the alternative dispute resolution mechanisms is gradually gaining momentum in Nigeria. This followed sustained advocacy, spearheaded...
Court adjourns agreement breach case for judgment
A Lagos High Court in Badagry, has adjourned the case between a Lagos landlord, Alhaji Lasisi Ayomunoye and the United Bank of Africa (UBA), to January 17, 2018 for judgment.
Nweze harps on constitutionality of democratic governance
Justice of the Supreme Court of Nigeria, Chima Centus Nweze, has reiterated the need for adherence to true constitutionalism and democratic governance.
Firm seeks to demystify structured financing
The statistician general of the federation, Dr. Yemi Kale, has said the harrowing macro-economic realities in Nigeria caused by pre-2017 financial headwinds coupled with the resultant inflation...
Stakeholders advocate increased lawyers’ participation in aviation law
Stakeholders in the legal and aviation industry have insisted that gaps in the aviation law could be bridged if lawyers show more interest in the sector.
Nigerian judiciary should be lauded for its self-regulatory capacity
Expressing view on the clamour for restructuring by some parts of the country, Ayorinde said: “The Evolution of Nations State is a dynamic process. It is never settled.
Osinbajo, Karibi-Whyte, others task judiciary on speedy trial of criminal cases
Vice President Yemi Osinbajo (SAN), former Justice of the Supreme Court, Justice Adolphus Karibe-Whyte and stakeholders in the justice sector, have charged players in the judiciary sector to strive towards speedy dispensation of criminal cases in the country.
Institute expresses optimism over passage of arbitration law
The Chartered Institute of Arbitrators Nigeria branch, has expressed optimism that the Arbitration and Conciliation amendment bill would soon be passed into law by the National Assembly.