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OALP DISPUTE RESOLUTION PRACTICE QUARTERLY NEWSLETTER – 2ND QUARTER 2022

The second quarter of 2022 has been eventful and kept the dispute resolution space extremely busy. Several interesting decisions of courts were delivered in Nigeria and other jurisdictions during the period and...

OALP DISPUTE RESOLUTION PRACTICE QUARTERLY NEWSLETTER – 2ND QUARTER 2022

The second quarter of 2022 has been eventful and kept the dispute resolution space extremely busy. Several interesting decisions of courts were delivered in Nigeria and other jurisdictions during the period and...

OALP DISPUTE RESOLUTION PRACTICE QUARTERLY NEWSLETTER – 1ST QUARTER 2022

The lifeblood of every nation is commerce; it regulates the flow of capital and determines the quality of life of its citizens. While commerce is critical, and policies are made to encourage...

RECENT SUPREME COURT DECISION ON THE EFFECT OF THE OMISSION OF THE WORD ‘LOCAL’...

SUPREME COURT HOLDS THAT OMITTING THE WORD ‘LOCAL’ IN THE APPELLATION OF A LOCAL GOVERNMENT IN A SUIT GOES TO THE ISSUE OF THE JURISTIC PERSONALITY OF SUCH LOCAL GOVERNMENT – CALABAR...

OALP DISPUTE RESOLUTION PRACTICE QUARTERLY NEWSLETTER – 4TH QUARTER 2021

According to the American law jurist, Roscoe Pound, "the law must be stable, yet it cannot afford to stand still”. These words have universal and timeless relevance as they emphasize that as...

A SYNOPSIS OF NOTABLE CHANGES IN THE COURT OF APPEAL RULES 2021

Pursuant to the powers conferred on the President of the Court of Appeal (PCA) by section 248 of the Constitution of the Federal Republic of Nigeria, 1999 (as amended), the PCA recently...

OALP DRP QUARTERLY NEWSLETTER

In the fine and evergreen words of Charles Evans Hughes, former Chief Justice of the United States of America, “We are under a Constitution, but the Constitution is what the judges say...

DRP Quarterly Newsletter Q2 2021

Welcome to the 2nd Quarter of the Dispute Resolution Practice Quarterly Newsletter 2021 by Olaniwun Ajayi LP. The 2nd quarter of the year 2021 in Nigeria’s dispute resolution...

DRP Titbit – Supreme Court holds that the Federal High Court Can Transfer Suits...

On 18.12.2020, the Supreme Court, in a unanimous decision, held that the Federal High Court can transfer labour and employment matters filed before it to the National Industrial Court in line with...

DRP QUARTERLY NEWSLETTER – MAIDEN EDITION

Welcome to the Maiden Edition of the Dispute Resolution Practice Quarterly Newsletter by Olaniwun Ajayi LP. We are excited to bring you this enlightening and intellectually stimulating quarterly release of selected articles...