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Legal Implication Of Non – Registration Of Technology Transfer Agreements Under The NOTAP Act – Uche Mathew And Olukolade Ehinmosan
The Nigerian Court of Appeal (Lagos Division) recently quashed the decision of the (trial) Federal High Court and held that the non-registration of a technology transfer agreement
Nigeria
16 Sep 2019
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Understanding Consent Judgment
Generally, the court's judgment is the fruit of every litigation, and the outcome of every legal dispute that is referred for resolution by the Court.
Nigeria
24 Jun 2019
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Propriety Of Claiming Solicitors Fees_2018
It is trite law that where there is a legal wrong there must be a remedy as aptly captured in the latin maxim ubi jus, ibi remedium.
Nigeria
14 Jan 2019
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Morocco-Nigeria BIT: A Departure Or More Of The Same?
Over the last decade, there have been an expression of varying perspectives towards the role and relevance of bilateral investment treaties (BITs).
Nigeria
19 Dec 2018
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Is It A Mere Arbitral Procedural Order?
Party autonomy and flexibility are one of the bedrocks of international arbitration. With no set rules on how proceedings are conducted ...
Nigeria
10 Oct 2018
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Elevating Trial Judges To A Higher Bench: Impact On Part- Heard Matters
The recent approval and appointment of new Judges to the Court of Appeal by President Muhammadu Buhari from the bench of the Federal High Court, High Court of the States and High Court of the Federal Capital Territory, ...
Nigeria
3 Aug 2018
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Use Of Photographic Evidence As Proof Of Service Of Court Processes By Pasting
Once an action is instituted in Court, it requires the active participation of the parties involved from commencement to conclusion.
Nigeria
12 Jun 2018
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Effects Of Worldwide Freezing Order On Worldwide Web Transactions And Assets: Extraterritorial And Equitable Considerations
A freezing order or injunction an interim court order, originated as an equitable remedy from the decisions of English courts, which restrains a party from handling or disposing of assets within jurisdiction...
Nigeria
5 Jun 2018
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Dealing In Petroleum Products Without License Is Criminal
The Nigerian Court of Appeal (Lagos Division) affirmed the position of the law that it is criminal to deal in petroleum products without a license in its recent decision delivered in the case of M.V. Long Island v. FRN.
Nigeria
14 May 2018
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Service Of Arbitration Notice Electronically *
Arbitration can either arise by an order of court, by statute or most commonly by agreement of the parties.
Nigeria
16 Apr 2018
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A Review Of Salient Issues In The Interplay Between Legal Aid And Pro Bono Legal Services In Nigeria
Pro bono is short for "Pro bono Publico" a Latin phrase which means "for the public good". It is a term often used in the description of the provision of free legal services by lawyers to the people in need of such services, who are unable to afford it.
Nigeria
6 Mar 2018
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Practice Notes On Computer And Electronically Generated Evidence
When the Evidence Act was signed into law by former president Goodluck Ebele Jonathan, GCON on the 2nd day of June 2011, it was received with maximum enthusiasm by the Nigerian legal community...
Nigeria
1 Jun 2017
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The Effects Of Parallel Importation On The Nigerian Healthcare Industry-II*
Like other manufacturing industries, in the pharmaceutical sector a system of differential pricing operates globally.
Nigeria
17 May 2016
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The Anti-Corruption Legal Framework And Its Effect On Nigeria's Development*
In December 2009, a Federal High Court in Asaba, Delta State discharged and acquitted James Onanefe Ibori of all 170 charges of corruption brought by the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC).
Nigeria
13 May 2016
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The International Comparative Legal Guide To: Enforcement Of Foreign Judgments 2016
The 1922 Ordinance applies to reciprocal enforcement of judgments obtained in the United Kingdom and other parts of Her Majesty's Dominions and Territories under Her Majesty's protection.
Nigeria
10 May 2016
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