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'The Seat' Of Arbitration - Approach To Arbitral Proceedings
African countries not the least Nigeria, through both state entities and private companies, are finding themselves increasingly involved in international arbitration.
Nigeria
21 Nov 2018
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Copyright Enforcement Across Africa
There are still far too many African countries relying on the inadequate provisions of outdated copyright laws.
Nigeria
 
20 Nov 2018
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$12 Billion Investment: African Development Bank report
This will clearly signal increasing work for Law Firms engaged in this sector.
Nigeria
 
13 Nov 2018
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‘Small Business Africa': Big Opportunities In Africa's Informal Business Sector
Non-agricultural employment in the informal economy represents 66% of total employment in sub-Saharan Africa.
Nigeria
 
13 Nov 2018
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Representation At Arbitration Proceedings Compared To Litigation - The Recent Trend In Shell v FIRS
The thesis of this article is the recent developments in Nigerian case law, which are inimically influencing arbitration law and practice.
Nigeria
9 Nov 2018
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Nigeria's Solid Minerals As A Source Of Economic Development - Tapping A Latent Resource?
Appropriate management of solid minerals should translate or some say return Nigeria from just a minerals country to a mining country.
Nigeria
9 Nov 2018
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Of A Renewed Justice Sector, Law, Order And The Rule Of Law
A high performing justice sector is an asset for national wealth. It guarantees an orderly society.
Nigeria
2 Nov 2018
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