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A Comparative Analysis Of Major Changes Introduced By The CAMA 2020

By Chiamaka Irene Chukwukelu INTRODUCTION The COMPANIES AND ALLIED MATTERS ACT, 2020 (“CAMA 2020” or “the new Act”) which was signed into law on the 7th...

New Exceptions To The Without Prejudice Rule In Courts Litigation And Arbitration Practice

By S.A.M. Ekwenze The meaning of a rule depends not only on its internal logic and its relation to other rules, but on the way...

How To Boost Public Confidence In Plea Bargain

By Ade Adesomoju After being sent on suspension for one year without pay for stamping a plea bargain agreement, Justice Abubakar Talba, now of the...

Non-Compete Clauses in Contracts of Employment: Contractually Beneficial or a Challenge to Public Policy?...

Introduction. The regulation of the relationship between an employer and an employee derives from statute and the contract of employment itself. The...

Federalism and the Challenge of National Development In Nigeria – Kayode Oladele

The most sensitive and contentious issues about Nigeria’s federalism seem to be the “no-go” areas. It is apparent that part of the...

Hon. Justice Ikpeme’s Appointment as CJ: Birthplace; An Extraneous Factor – Afe Babalola

Against the backdrop of the attention which the unfortunate death of George Floyd at the hands of police officers in the United States of...

Property Transactions in A Post Covid-19 Nigeria – Akintola Michael Phillips

As the Covid-19 virus continues to ravage the world, whilst singlehandedly pillaging the world’s economy, the future economic posturing of Nigeria is rather dim,...

Navigating Through the Labyrinth of Extradition; Hushpuppi’ as Case Study – Kolawole Emmanuel

It is no longer news that Nigerian Instagram celebrity Ramon  Olorunwa Abbas popularly known as 'Ray Hushpuppi' was arrested in Dubai, UAE by INTERPOL...

Covid-19: The Consequence of The Supervening Events and Measures on Employment Relationship Under the...

INTRODUCTION The outbreak  of the global pandemic, COVID-19, has left the world in disarray as several countries remain shuttered to curb the spread and battle...

Towards Better Remuneration for Nigerian Legal Practitioners: A Market-Based Solution – Reginald Aziza

In the evening of Sunday, February 16, 2020, I visited the Lagos campus of the Nigerian Law School. There was a good sense of...