It has now become commercially trendy in Nigeria for parties to an agreement to comfortably include clauses in their contracts, for the determination of any disputes emanating from the contract by arbitration
ECOWAS court hears motion against Twitter ban June 22
The Community Court of Justice, Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS) has fixed June 22 for hearing a suit challenging the Federal Government’s suspension of the operations of the microblogging platform, Twitter
Can a cause or matter be defeated by reason of non-joinder or misjoinder of parties?
Sometimes in 2007, the appellant invited the respondent to his lawyer’s office where the respondent was informed that the appellant needed the respondent’s property as collateral for a bank loan
‘State governors have done little to strengthen independence, impartiality of Judiciary’
I am disappointed that the Federal Government and state governors will openly violate the Constitution by holding an arm of government to ransom and still feel comfortable to cry about insecurity.
Domestic air travel: Looking beyond safety to rights of passengers
Most commentaries on air travel border on the safety of airlines, while the rights of passengers are ignored. This write-up seeks to bring to the fore some passenger rights.
Appeal court discharges, acquits armed robbery convict
Justice Ebiowei Tobi of the Court of Appeal, Gombe has discharged and acquitted Jeremiah Stephen (appellant) for the offences of conspiracy and armed robbery.
NBA-SBL unveils NASA’s Okolo as keynote speaker for 2021 conference
The Nigerian Bar Association Section on Business Law (NBA-SBL) has revealed its keynote speaker for its 15th Annual Business Law Conference.
International Criminal Court: An early warning for Nigerian officials
The Rome Statute is the international treaty that founded the International Criminal Court. Comprising of 13 parts, it establishes the governing framework for the Court.
Members of parliament call for sensitisation on free movement
The delegation of the National Assembly of the Republic of Guinea has recommended to Parliament of the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS), the need to sensitise citizens of the community on their rights and duties in the area of free movement.