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By Amaka Ukuta, Kitan Kola-Adefemi
Following the recent ‘naming and shaming' of tax defaulters and their bankers by the Federal Inland Revenue Service (‘FIRS' or "the Service", used interchangeably)
By Olumide Bidemi
Putsimply, the company cannot access foreign exchange at the official rate or market for remittances outside of Nigeria under the unregistered contract.
By Ebuka Obidigwe
On Monday the 22nd of July 2019 news broke that one Mr. Precious Owolabi, a youth corps member serving at Channels Television News in Abuja
By Olumide Bidemi, Ifureuwem Udofa
The ensuing uproar in Nigeria, particularly in the corridors of politics, is best left to imagination.
By Olumide Bidemi, Ifureuwem Udofa, Kenechukwu. Nwolisa
On May 20, 2019, the news hit the airwaves that His Excellency, in company of the Chairman of the National Drug Law Enforcement Agency, had engagements in Thailand on medicinal cannabis development.
By Olumide Bidemi, Kenechukwu. Nwolisa
NAICOM's power to administer, supervise, regulate and control the insurance industry is derived both from its establishment Act and the Insurance Act.
By Damilola Oshodi, Moyo Omidiran, Olumide Bidemi
On January 25, 2019, Nigeria's National Information and Technology Development Agency issued the Nigeria Data Protection Regulation 2019. The Regulation took effect on same date.
By Chinedu Anaje
In the past year, the whistle blowing concept has become increasingly popular in the fight against corruption in Nigeria.
By Oyeyemi Oke, Moyo Omidiran
On 29 December 2017, the Nigerian President signed into law the Niger-Delta Development Commission (Establishment)(Amendment) Act ("Amendment Act").
By AO2 Law
On Thursday, February 8, 2018, the Executive Governor of Lagos State, Akinwunmi Ambode signed the Lagos State Electric Power Sector Reform bill into law (the "Law").
By AO2 Law
Further to the release of the Flare Gas (Prevention of Waste and Pollution) Regulations, 2018 and the subsequent re-launch of the Nigerian Gas Flare Commercialisation Programme ("NGFCP")
By Ifureuwem Udofa, Oyeyemi Oke, Olumide Bidemi
On Wednesday, December 5, 2018, the Senate of the Federal Republic of Nigeria announced its reconsideration and passage of the Federal Competition and Consumer Protection Bill 2018 (the "Bill").
By Ifureuwem Udofa, Olumide Bidemi
A trading suspension is the suspension of trading activities of identified listed securities.
By Oyeyemi Oke, Damilola Oshodi
The Regulations do not clearly distinguish whether the Guarantee Fee under the Deliver or Pay Agreement and the Tariffs under the GSA are payable together.
By Ebuka Obidigwe
Overtime, it has continued to be a raging controversy among legal minds on whether leave of Court should indeed be required for service of an originating process sealed from the registry of a State judicial division of the Federal High Court of Nigeria to another.