LAW HISTORY SERIES OCTOBER EDITION: THE FAMOUS COURT BATTLE BETWEEN FAWEHINMI AND LPDC. By Toheeb Mustapha Babalola.

Good day ladies and gentlemen. I welcome you to October’s edition of our Law History Series, which has always been about unearthing unknown facts in the legal profession, discussing historical events in the legal profession, and also celebrating legal luminaries. This month has been a memorable one for us in Nigeria as so many events […]

THE LEGALITY OR OTHERWISE OF INDUSTRIAL ACTION IN NIGERIA By Adamu Abubakar Isa

INTRODUCTION An industrial action or job action, has been defined by the Merriam-webster dictionary as a temporary action (such as a slowdown) by workers as a protest and means of forcing compliance with demands. Labour or trade unions in Nigeria, especially, have been known to embark on such an exercise as a viable means of […]

GLOBAL EMERGENCIES IN THE 20TH AND 21ST CENTURY: THE UNENDING ROLE OF LAWS AND POLICIES IN SECURING ECONOMIC GROWTH AND SUSTAINABILITY By: Michael Chukwu.

INTRODUCTION The world they say – is full of surprises, everyday normalcy is altered by unprecedented natural catastrophes or by man-made irregularities. Global emergencies are unexpected events, scenarios and circumstances that challenge the normal cause of events in the world and require prompt actions to check its repercussions on humanity. The world has been through […]

IMPLICATIONS OF INSTITUTING ENFORCEMENT OF FUNDAMENTAL RIGHTS ACTIONS BY COMMUNITY OF PERSONS. By: Ekuma Chinonso.

INTRODUCTIONThe question as to whether or not several applicants can proceed against one or more respondents in the enforcement of their fundamental human rights is critical and must be established, since several persons may M suffer such breach simultaneously. This is another point of confusion usually encountered by applicants in the process of trying to […]

FINANCE ACT 2020. IT’S IMPINGEMENT ON THE NIGERIAN DIGITAL TAXATION. By: Prince Ezeabata Chibuzor.

INTRODUCTION As a matter of fact, every person, either residing in Nigeria or not is obligated to pay tax, persons in paid employments, asset driven organizations, companies, and businesses operating in Nigeria are liable to pay tax as appropriate. Upon failure to perform tax obligation punitive fines, sanctions and penalties are attracted. Nigeria, just like […]

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