Land is a delicate subject in Nigeria. It has been a subject of conflict and war in some communities and even between countries. Often times, the courts are charged with determining claims to land by parties purporting
Our Principal Partner, Mrs Diane Okoko, FCIArb, FICIArb, was one of the Speakers at the 6th Edition of the SOAS Arbitration in Africa Conference which held in Doula Cameroun from 10th – 12th March, 2020
Under international trade, there are different ways of transportation of goods, which includes transportation by air, by sea and by land (rail and road transportation).
The results of population pressure, urbanization and socio-economic growth have great social and economic impact on land issues in Nigeria. This therefore makes people to move from rural to urban areas and therefore
The directive by the Federal Government of Nigeria for a lockdown of the major cities hit by the Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak in Nigeria like Lagos and Ogun States and the Federal Capital Territory
Unfortunately, however, the public policy consideration continues to pose an obstacle to ease of enforcement of foreign awards.
Being a Paper presented at the 6th SOAS Arbitration in Africa Conference, Doaula, Cameroun.
Introduction: Corporate Governance is a key driver of corporate accountability and business prosperity. The Nigerian Code of Corporate Governance (NCCG) 2018 (“the Code”)
Introduction: The concept of arbitration has evolved tremendously from a last resort mechanism for settlement of disputes to a more preferred means of