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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.
By Emmanuel Ekpenyong
It is important for investors to conduct due diligence on a target Nigerian company before investing in it whether by means of restructuring, mergers, acquisitions or takeovers.
By Emmanuel Ekpenyong
Trademark search is conducted with the name of the trademark and its logo.
By Emmanuel Ekpenyong
The Nigerian lottery and betting market is huge.
By Emmanuel Ekpenyong, Oluwole Awe Esq.
In order to execute large projects or for businesses to expand, there is usually a need to apply for loan facility from Banks ("the Bank").
By Emmanuel Ekpenyong
The then Acting President of Nigeria, Prof. Yemi Osinbajo signed the Voluntary Assets and Income Declaration Scheme, Executive Order No. 004 of 2017 on 29th June 2017 and gave a directive...
By Emmanuel Ekpenyong
Section 18 of the African Charter on Human and People's Rights (Ratification and Enforcement) Act, CAP A9, Laws of the Federation of Nigeria, 2004 provides for protection of family life.
By Emmanuel Ekpenyong
For expatriates to carry on their businesses in Nigeria some legal issues arises and same must be effectively dealt with to ensure smooth running of their businesses.
By Emmanuel Ekpenyong, Ugochi Igwe
The main requirement for Courts to have jurisdiction in relation to matrimonial causes proceedings is domicile in Nigeria.
By Emmanuel Ekpenyong
The basis of money laundering arise from the intention of persons involved in illicit businesses or crimes or government officials with proceeds from corruption who want monies obtained from these illegal sources ...
By Emmanuel Ekpenyong, Ugochi Igwe
The main legislation regulating employment and labour relations in Nigeria is the Labour Act CAP. L1, Laws of the Federation of Nigeria, 2004.
By Emmanuel Ekpenyong, Ugochi Igwe
The Transfer of Technology in Nigeria is governed by the National Office for Technology Acquisition and Promotion Act, Cap, N62 Laws of the Federation 2004 ("the Act").
By Emmanuel Ekpenyong
The Motion exparte in SUIT NO. FHC/ABJ/CS/2003/2017; EMMANUEL EKPENYONG ESQ. V ATTORNEY GENERAL OF THE FEDERATION dated and filed on 17th day of March, 2017 was listed for hearing on 7th June 2017.
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