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By Olasupo Shasore, Bello Salihu
African countries not the least Nigeria, through both state entities and private companies, are finding themselves increasingly involved in international arbitration.
There are still far too many African countries relying on the inadequate provisions of outdated copyright laws.
This will clearly signal increasing work for Law Firms engaged in this sector.
Non-agricultural employment in the informal economy represents 66% of total employment in sub-Saharan Africa.
By Olasupo Shasore
The thesis of this article is the recent developments in Nigerian case law, which are inimically influencing arbitration law and practice.
By Olasupo Shasore
Appropriate management of solid minerals should translate or some say return Nigeria from just a minerals country to a mining country.
By Olasupo Shasore, Bello Salihu
A high performing justice sector is an asset for national wealth. It guarantees an orderly society.