Nigerian election jurisprudence creating road blocks for losers to get justice, says Okutepa (SAN)
Congratulations on this questions because it appears that not many Nigerians are seeing the dangers ahead in terms of the effects electoral jurisprudence is going to have on our democracy by 2023.
Court grants lotto company nod to raid 23 firm
A Federal High Court sitting in Lagos has granted Western Lotto Limited an order authorizing it to search 23 firms for evidence of violation of its Ghana Games patent infringement.
Defence closes case in collapsed Synagogue guest house
Synagogue Church of All Nations (SCOAN) and other defendants have closed their defense before a Lagos High Court sitting in Igbosere, in a case filed against them by Lagos State government.
Whether wrong heading of an election petition properly filed at tribunal registry affects its jurisdiction to determine same
The facts of the case are that the 1st Appellant was a candidate sponsored by the 2nd Appellant in the Governorship/State Houses of Assembly election conducted by the 3rd Respondent on 9/3/2019 for the Bomadi State Constituency in Delta State.
NACS committee begins operations January 2020
After initial administrative and logistic hiccups, indications emerged recently that the National Anti-Corruption Strategy implementation may begin field work soon.
Lawyers, justices charged on alleged human rights abuse by government
Legal experts have charged lawyers and justices to unite against alleged rights violations and abuse of power by the government.
Subversion of justice height of graft, says Usoro
The President, Nigerian Bar Association (NBA), Mr. Paul Usoro (SAN), has described any form of subversion of justice and abuse of prosecutorial power as the height corruption.
Stakeholders call for digital training for lawyers
Stakeholders have called on law firms to train lawyers on digitalization to enable them to meet up with the present-day demands.