Kalu, GTBank: A Tale of Two Judgements

The Advocate Supreme Court: Orji Kalu v EFCC I don’t know whether to say, as we say in Hausa, ‘Na sha mamaki’ (I was amazed)! or...

Oromoni’s Dying Declaration as Evidence

The Advocate My editorial of last week, ‘Oromoni: Jumping the Gun’, elicited a great deal of response from you my Readers. Thank you. Due to...

Pillars (Nigeria) Ltd. v. Desbordes – Legal Reprieve for Landlords

By Ebun-Olu Adegboruwa, SAN On Friday, February 5, 2021, the Supreme Court brought joy to many landlords across the land when it delivered a landmark...

Software as a Form of Creativity: An Examination of its Protection Under Intellectual Property...

By Dotun Odunlade Nathaniel INTRODUCTION The software industry keeps booming. Besides the fact that the universe is driving towards a technologically motivated phase, software is being...

A. J Owonikoko SAN Shares a Thought on the Magodo Judgment and Its Enforcement

There is only one thing that is indisputable about the judgment delivered by the Supreme Court in that case in 2012. The Lagos State...
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Young Lawyers in Litigation: Future or Fulcrum of the Profession?

By Nonso Anyasi The Nigerian Bar Association classifies young lawyers as persons who have been called to the Nigerian Bar and qualified to practice law...

Review of Some Significant Decisions – Labour & Employment 2021

By Folabi Kuti, SAN  In line with the general trend in recent years, case law during the period under review has been driven, largely, by...

The Position of Nigeria’s Cyber Laws on Cyberbullying, Cyberstalking, Cybersquatting and Other Related Offences

By Samson Dada Esq. INTRODUCTION Today, a momentous number of people across the globe have become cyber-creatures. A lot of Nigerians, across all age categories, also...

The Prohibition of Cryptocurrency Transactions by the Central Bank of Nigeria

By Sir Oghenetega Adedipe 1.0 INTRODUCTION Money remains one of man’s most remarkable creations in the course of history. Thanks to technology, there has been a...

How to Stop the Current Unacceptable Delay in Court Justice Delivery in Nigeria (Part...

By Sylvester Udemezue Amend existing laws to provide reasonable, practicable, but NON EXTENDABLE timelines for doing virtually everything that is done in court ---...