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Post-No-Debit Order: When The Law Smiles On Non-Compliance With Directives Of Law Enforcement
I'm in pains! I'm in pains!! I'm in serious pains!!! Those have become common cries of many bank customers who feel betrayed by their respective commercial banks.
Nigeria
22 Apr 2019
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The Baton Of Compensation - My Injury, Whose Pain?
Employees are generally engaged based on their representation of competence and ability to safely and effectively execute assigned tasks.
Nigeria
13 Mar 2019
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"Punish Me Once, My Fault…Punish Me Twice, Your Fault" Double Jeopardy In The Work Place
Mr. Onyema eventually resumed on December 6, 2013, on completing the second suspension; however, the Bank refused to pay his salaries for his subsequent services.
Nigeria
3 Dec 2018
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Don't Touch My Money! - ‘Can An Employer Surcharge An Employee For A Loss, Or On The Back Of A Negligent Act Leading To A Loss?
The right of an employer to sanction an employee for misconduct has always existed, with sanctions varying from suspension to termination or dismissal.
Nigeria
3 Dec 2018
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‘Arbitration Clauses In Contracts Of Employment?' - A Necessity Or Superfluity
After years of academic and professional pursuit, a white-collar job is the desire of many, and Richard had just secured one.
Nigeria
14 Aug 2018
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The Dispute Resolution Provisions Under The Enabling Statute Governing The Nigeria Professional Football League – Is It Uhuru?
The League Management Company (LMC) in exercising its rights derived from the Nigeria Football Federation (NFF) Act 1990 as the sole regulatory authority for football in Nigeria, ...
Nigeria
7 Dec 2017
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Violation Of The Principle Of Arbitral Collegiality As A Ground For Annulment Of Arbitral Award.
It has been stated that one of the reasons why parties to an arbitration submit their disputes to a panel of three arbitrators, is to ensure objectivity.
Nigeria
5 Dec 2017
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From Bosman To Perchstein – The Finality Of The Arbitral Awards Of The Court Of Arbitration For Sports Examined
The issue of the appropriate dispute resolution mechanism to adopt in resolving disputes has bedeviled International Sports for ages.
Nigeria
5 Dec 2017
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Passıng The Burden Of Legal Fees To The Other Sıde - A Recoverable Cost?
Commendably enough, the position in these later decisions of the Court of Appeal appear to make passage for recovery of solicitor's fee.
Nigeria
8 Aug 2016
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Joint Ownership Of Property
As a way of investing for the future, most people purchase and own landed property, usually for residential, commercial, industrial purposes.
Nigeria
27 Jun 2016
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The Decision In Nigeria Maritime Administration & Safety Agency & Anor v Noble Drilling Nigeria Limited - From Precedent To Precedent?
The Federal High Court had rendered a decision of significant consequence on the enactment. But as is increasingly the case with highly significant disputes, the judicial determination was far from being settled, at first instance.
Nigeria
27 Jun 2016
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National Industrial Court: The Cart Before The Court?
The establishment Act created it as a specialized tribunal with exclusive adjudicating power on matters relating to or connected with labour and industrial relations laws, (Section 7 (1) of the National Industrial Court Act 2006).
Nigeria
27 Jun 2016
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Overview Of Proposed National Industrial Court Of Nigeria (Civil Procedure) Rule 2015
Service of court processes via 'short message services', telephone calls etc The proposed Rules intend employing advances in telecommunications technology to effect service of court process on parties.
Nigeria
27 Jun 2016
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Taking Away The Power To ‘Hire And Fire' Without Reason: The Aloysius V Diamond Bank's Case Revisited
The jurisprudential basis is pithily expressed as staying in sync with the global position on employment relationship, easily summed up as "International Labour Standard" and "International Best Practice".
Nigeria
24 Jun 2016
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The Impact Of The Judiciary In Sub-Saharan Africa. To What Extent Do Courts Support Or Disrupt Arbitration? A Perspective Of Nigeria
Differences will usually always arise in commercial contracts. When business people sit down to negotiate, an inevitable question is "what will happen in the event of a dispute between us?''
Nigeria
24 Jun 2016
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Looking To Resolve That Dispute
More often than not, disputes are inevitable in business relationships and commercial transactions.
Nigeria
20 Feb 2014
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Arbitration In Emerging Markets: Current Challenges
It is apt to say that of the mechanisms open to parties seeking to resolve their commercial disputes swiftly and efficiently, arbitration is perhaps the most effective.
Nigeria
16 Apr 2013
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