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By Anthony Idigbe
The insolvency procedures recognised by the Act are, in that sense, either collective or non-collective and undertaken by Insolvency Practitioners.
By Anthony Idigbe, Ebele Enedah, Ifeyinwa Anyadiegwu, Onyinye Uche-Okoro
On the 15th of January 2019, the Vice President of the Federal Republic of Nigeria and the Honourable Minister of Industry, Trade and Investment unveiled the Nigerian Code of Corporate Governance 2018 ...
By Anthony Idigbe, Ebele Enedah, Tobenna Nnamani, Ifeyinwa Anyadiegwu
The Nigeria Stock Exchange on Thursday 15th November 2018 issued its Sustainability Disclosure Guidelines following approval of the Nigerian Stock Exchange on the 9th day November 2018.
To advise on the need to introduce a system of pupilage into the legal profession and advise on the duration and how best to administer such a system of pupilage.
By Elizabeth Idigbe, Emuobonuvie Majemite
The main arbitration law of Nigeria is the Arbitration and Conciliation Act 1988 (Cap A18 Laws of the Federation of Nigeria 2004). ACA is largely based on the UNCITRAL Model Law, with minimal differences.
By Anthony Idigbe
Paper presented by the 2016 PUNUKA Annual Lecture. Guest Lecturer, Prof. Robert Lawrence, Albert L. Williams Professor of International Trade and Investment, Center for Business and Government, ...
By Anthony Idigbe
We have been retained as counsel to the 1st to 3rd Defendants and Appellants in respect of the appeal against the above judgment.
By Anthony Idigbe, Ogoegbunam N. Okafor
The NCC gives a maximum of sixty (60) days for such notification and responds within a thirty (30) day time frame.
By Onyeka Ehiwuogwu
Generally, the benefits of an appellate review system in law can never be overestimated. Whether in formal legal settings or in the most remote forms of family or customary methods of dispute resolution, the importance of appeals remains high in ensuring the enthronement of fairness and equity in the adjudicatory system as well as upholding the integrity and confidence in such system.
By Anthony Idigbe, Okorie Kalu
The impression is strong that insolvency law in Nigeria is comatose due to lack of reform of the general insolvency law2.
By Okorie Kalu
The feeling of control, sense of security and certainty is something that everyone covets and pursues when entering into commercial arrangements.
By Elizabeth Idigbe
Under the provisions of the Companies and Allied Matters Act Cap C20 2004 (CAMA) of the Federal Republic of Nigeria the management of a company is squarely vested on the Board of Directors.
Clinical trials are studies of drugs that are still in development or have not yet been approved by the relevant food and drug regulatory agency for the use being studied.