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30 Sep 2019
President Muhammadu Buhari on Monday in Abuja pledged that his administration will continue to adequately fund the judiciary to enable it to discharge its responsibilities.
5 Feb 2019
A far-reaching list of noteworthy cases touching on labour and employment issues, all profoundly interesting and offering stimulating new insights, were decided in the year under review.
22 Jan 2019
Former employers of Zapata Marine Services Nigeria Limited have filed an appeal at the Supreme Court against the decision of the court of appeal, Lagos, which dismissed their fair hearing case in $56 million claim against Tidex Nigeria Limited.
25 Oct 2016
The National Judicial Council (NJC) yesterday inaugurated a 10-man Judicial Ethics Committee with a mandate to review the code of conduct for judicial officers in the country.

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