12 Oct: DIALOGUE ON VIRTUAL COURT HEARING IN NIGERIA- OPPORTUNITY FOR CONTRACT ENFORCEMENT AND COMMERCIAL DISPUTES SETTLEMENT REFORM

DIALOGUE ON VIRTUAL COURT HEARING IN NIGERIA- OPPORTUNITY FOR CONTRACT ENFORCEMENT AND COMMERCIAL DISPUTES SETTLEMENT REFORM Being a lead paper presented at a virtual policy dialogue organized by the Centre for Trade and Business Environment Advocacy Ltd/Gte (CTBA) in collaboration with the EU co-funded[1] Nigeria Competitiveness Project (NICOP) under the…

07 Aug: Oil and Gas Insurance and Nigeria’s Local Content Policy- Book Review by Prof. Ekpu

OIL AND GAS INSURANCE & NIGERIA’S LOCAL CONTENT POLICY   AUTHOR:                                          ELVIS E. ASIA   PUBLISHER:                                    LAW FUTURE PARTNERS   YEAR OF PUBLICATION:             2020   A REVIEW BY   PROFESSOR AMBROSE O. O. EKPU, FCIArb. DEAN, FACULTY OF LAW AMBROSE ALLI UNIVERSITY, EKPOMA   It is with a great some…

06 May: THE FUTURE OF EMPLOYMENT LAW IN A GIG ECONOMY

THE FUTURE OF EMPLOYMENT LAW IN A GIG ECONOMY Introduction The world has moved towards alternative work arrangements. Spurred by information technology which has made communication a click or dial away and the consequential ease with which work can be done from anywhere, a substantial part of the labour force…

10 Apr: COVID- 19: CRITICAL REVIEW OF THE CORPORATE AFFAIRS COMMISSION’S GUIDELINES ON HOLDING ANNUAL GENERAL MEETINGS OF PUBLIC COMPANIES

COVID- 19: CRITICAL REVIEW OF THE CORPORATE AFFAIRS COMMISSION’S GUIDELINES ON HOLDING ANNUAL GENERAL MEETINGS OF PUBLIC COMPANIES Introduction On March 26, 2020, the Corporate Affairs Commission (CAC) issued guidelines on holding Annual General Meeting (AGM) by Public Companies in view of the coronavirus pandemic. The guidelines in effect allow…

17 Feb: JURISDICTION IN FUNDAMENTAL RIGHST CASES- A COMMENTARY ON THE COURT OF APPEAL’S RELIANCE ON THE CASE OF ADETONA V. IGELE GENERAL ENTERPRISES

Introduction Since the decision of the Supreme Court in Grace Jack vs. University of Agriculture, Makurdi[1], the overwhelming conclusion was that the question of which court has jurisdiction in fundamental rights matters had been settled[2]. In that case the Supreme Court expressed the view that section 42 of the 1979…