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Legal Privilege Of In-House Counsel – The Position Under Nigerian Law
During legal representations, a lot of sensitive matters are usually disclosed to a counsel and it would be unfair to the client if these matters can be divulged without any restrictions.
Nigeria
12 Jul 2019
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Case Review: NOSDRA v. ExxonMobil - Examining The Powers Of Regulatory Agencies To Impose Penalties
In March 2018, the Court of Appeal upheld the ruling of the Federal High Court (the trial Court) and decided that the National Oil Spill Detection and Response Agency acted beyond its statutory powers when it imposed ...
Nigeria
14 Feb 2019
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Fault Of Counsel' Defence: A Dying Trend - The Case Of Ali Alaba International Limited & Anor v Sterling Bank Plc
It has become commonplace for litigants and their counsel to routinely file applications for the extension of time stipulated by the various rules of courts within which they are required to perform certain acts.
Nigeria
28 Nov 2018
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The Constitutional Basis For The Imposition Of Consumption Taxes By Federal And State Governments In Nigeria: A Critical Analysis Of The Supreme Court's Decision In AG Lagos v Eko Hotels Ltd & Anor
Value Added tax (VAT), sales tax, and hotel occupancy and restaurant consumption tax are forms of consumption taxes whose economic burden rests on the final consumer.
Nigeria
11 Sep 2018
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Enforcement Of Arbitral Award In Nigeria – The Time Factor
A satisfactorily concluded dispute resolution mechanism, at least to an award creditor, is the successful enforcement of the decision of the arbitral tribunal.
Nigeria
22 Aug 2018
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Time Freezes For Purposes Of The Statute Of Limitation When An Action Is Instituted: The Supreme Court's Decision In Sifax V Migfo
On 16 February 2018, the Supreme Court of Nigeria unanimously decided in the case of Sifax Nigeria Ltd v Migfo Nigeria Ltd that where a statute of limitation prescribes a time frame ...
Nigeria
26 Mar 2018
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A Law Firm Signing A Court Process Is A Mere Procedural Irregularity: The Supreme Court Decision In Heritage Bank V. Bentworth Finance
In a landmark decision delivered on 23 February 2018 in the case of Heritage Bank Ltd v. Bentworth Finance (Nig) Ltd, the Supreme Court of Nigeria appeared to abandon in part ...
Nigeria
23 Mar 2018
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The "Imported" Law On Imported Services: Analysing The Federal High Court's Decision In Vodacom V. FIRS
On 19 December 2017, the Federal High Court, Lagos ("FHC") per Kuewumi J., in Appeal No.: FHC/L/4A/2016, upheld the decision of the Tax Appeal Tribunal ("TAT") ...
Nigeria
14 Mar 2018
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