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By Fred-young & Evans LP
The Board of Directors ("the Board") is a group of individuals, elected by the shareholders or the Directors themselves with a mandate to establish policies for corporate governance ...
By Emmanuel Ekpenyong
All employment has its terms. The terms may be written in a single contract, several documents, custom and usage or inferred from the conduct of the employee and his employer.
By Emmanuel Ekpenyong
This is the common method of enforcing foreign judgments in Nigeria.
By Emmanuel Ekpenyong
Once the Court recognizes the award by granting leave to the creditor to register same, it shall be enforced as a judgment of that Court.
By Emmanuel Ekpenyong
Section 54 (1) of the Companies and Allied Matters Act ("the CAMA") provides that a foreign company who has the intention of carrying on business in Nigeria shall take steps to be registered as a separate entity in Nigeria.
By Emmanuel Ekpenyong
Generally, the Nigerian courts will treat the parent company as a separate entity from its subsidiaries.
By Fred-young & Evans LP
What impact has the 2016-2017 recession in Nigeria had on the corporate sector? During the period, the high cost of foreign exchange, high cost of energy led to high cost of production and reduced competiveness.
By Emmanuel Ekpenyong
Article 53 of the ICSID Convention provides that an ICSID award ("the award") is final and binding, and immune from appeal, stay or annulment, other than as provided in the ICSID Convention.
By Fred-young & Evans LP
Nigeria is an open market with a population of over 180 million people.
By Fred-young & Evans LP
Despite the pressure of globalization, the Nigerian Government is responsible of ensuring that businesses in Nigeria remain competitive.
By Fred-young & Evans LP
Under Section 6 (6) of the 1999 Nigerian Constitution, Nigerian legislations and powers of the courts extend to all matters between persons or between government and any person in Nigeria
By Emmanuel Ekpenyong
In Nigeria, the growth in international trade has increased the necessity for persons and goods to move in and out of Nigeria.
By Emmanuel Ekpenyong
The Nigerian Electricity Regulatory Commission ("NERC") Regulation for Mini-Grids, 2016 ("the Regulation") regulates mini-grids power generation in Nigeria.
By Emmanuel Ekpenyong
Power is still a major problem in Nigeria. This is because many businesses who cannot survive its teething challenges blame power as the main cause of their business failure.
By Emmanuel Ekpenyong, Oluwole Awe Esq.
Litigation is the most common form of dispute resolution in Nigeria. Its origin is entrenched in the English common law.
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