Lagos Court of Arbitration targets hospitality industry dispute resolution
The economic importance of the hospitality industry in Nigeria and the inevitability of disputes in the industry, were the nucleus of a roundtable conference ...
Relief for victims of land grabbers as Lagos enacts property protection law
The bill, which is now signed into law is titled: “A law to prohibit forceful entry and illegal occupation of landed properties, violent and fraudulent conducts in relation to landed properties in Lagos state and for connected purposes. ”
Why NBA must reform
The NBA has fallen horribly short, become voiceless, tepid and devoid of any interest or enthusiasm in the Nigerian public square. Yet, there can’t be a more auspicious time to assert its social relevance.
Abia governorship tussle: A pre-election case
For one, let it be repeated to all that Ogah’s initial suit, which gave rise to Justice Okon Abang’s judgment is a pre-election matter. It is not an electoral or post-election case as being wrongly assumed.
NAFDAC arraigns two alleged fake drug dealers in Abuja
The National Agency for Food, Drug Administration and Control (NAFDAC) has arraigned two alleged fake drug dealers at the Federal High Court, Abuja.
‘Concluded criminal cases cannot be reopened’
Legally speaking, these courts or judges are judges of concurrent jurisdiction. Each judge is entitled to decide any case the way he or she understands it. But there is a situation, where there is the need for caution.
Company restrained from building on disputed property
A Lagos High Court sitting in Epe has ordered a Lagos-based firm, Toll System Development Company Limited, to stop further development on a family land in Oko-Olomi, Ibeju Lekki.
Osinbajo says law profession has much to offer Nigeria
The Vice President, Prof. Yemi Osinbajo, on Friday urged lawyers to continue to offer their professional services for the development of the country.