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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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Review Of The 2018 Nigerian Code On Corporate Governance
It was consequently suspended by the Minister of Industry, Trade and Investment.
Nigeria
22 Feb 2019
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Our Managing Partner, Mr. Osaro Eghobamien, San, Has Been Appointed To The Distinguished Position Of Vice Chairman Of The Convention Of Business Integrity (CBI)
It gives us great pleasure to announce that our Managing Partner, Mr. Osaro Eghobamien, SAN, has been appointed to the distinguished position of Vice Chairman of the Convention of Business Integrity
Nigeria
23 Aug 2018
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Trust Beyond Borders; Offshore Trust Or Local Trust?
Have you considered setting up a trust over your private assets, to ensure their preservation and steady growth?
Nigeria
27 Jun 2018
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Investment Gone Green: Green Bonds
The structure of a green bond transaction is very similar to that of a traditional bond.
Worldwide
4 May 2018
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Tech Start-Ups: Understanding The ICT Tax Regimes
In terms of its contribution to the Nigerian economy, the ICT sector has proven to be a great enabler.
Nigeria
12 Apr 2018
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START UPS: Dos And Don'ts.
In 2016, Nigeria fell into deep recession due to a number of factors; including the global fall in oil price.
Nigeria
5 Mar 2018
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UEFA's Financial Fair Play Rules – Why It Barks But Cannot Bite
Club football spending has spiraled in the last few years. The Roman Abramovich revolution that saw the Russian Oil mogul acquire Chelsea Football Club and loosen the purse-strings by signing new players shook the footballing world.
European Union
13 Dec 2017
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The Passage Of The Petroleum Industry Governance Bill: A Step To Change
The momentous passage of the Petroleum Industry Governance Bill on May 25, 2017 by the Nigerian Senate was heralded by many as a revolutionary step at creating a legal framework...
Nigeria
9 Jun 2017
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Trust - The Rule Against Perpetuity
Amongst the countless legal issues that arise in the creation of a trust, the rules governing when property settled on trust must vest are often the most difficult but yet underrated.
Nigeria
26 Jan 2017
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PRIVATE CLIENTS UPDATE
Unlike some countries, the United States of America and France for instance, the United Kingdom (UK) does not generally charge Capital Gains Tax (CGT) on property disposals by non-residents.
Nigeria
20 Jan 2017
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Global Crises: The Role Of The Contemporary Commercial Lawyer
The global crisis should ordinarily present challenges for the Commercial lawyer and expectedly it should present a gloomy picture for the future.
Nigeria
21 Nov 2016
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Corporate Guarantees – How Enforceable Are They?
Guarantees, whether issued by individuals or corporates form an essential feature of doing business and creating or receiving credit.
Nigeria
11 Nov 2016
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Right Of A Beneficiary To Seek Legal Remedy – Any Limitations
There are several remedies available to an aggrieved beneficiary in the event of a breach of trust by a trustee.
Nigeria
11 Nov 2016
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Venture Capital In A Slowing Economy
There are different structures of venture capital funding and the structure to be adopted depends on industry and stage in the life of the entity at which the equity is injected.
Nigeria
20 Jul 2016
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The Re-emergence Of A Commercial Paper Market: Joy To The CFO
In a country like Nigeria, where capital is scarce and interest rates are high, a CP can provide the much needed relief to a company's short term liquidity difficulties.
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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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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Using Trust To Thrust The Veil Of Incorporation: A Review Of Prest v Petrodel Resources Ltd & Others [2013] UKSC 34
In what will easily pass as a classic case, the UK Supreme Court recently delivered a landmark decision, Prest v. Petrodel Resources Ltd And Ors. [2013] UKSC 34, the made detailed pronouncements which will have far reaching implications on various as-pects of law and certain established Common Law principles.
Nigeria
20 Feb 2014
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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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