Bakassi: The Dissenting Judgment of an African World Court Judge.
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NBA Ikorodu Branch Law Week, Novemebr 2007, in Pictures
Trademarks law: Are 'service marks' registrable in Nigeria? -Godwin H. Richard
The Potency of a Notice to Quit in Nigeria - Vitus Nnamaka Okpara
Disobedience of Court Orders, Form of Intimidation - Pats Acholonu, JSC.
A Clarion Call for Appointment of Seasoned Legal Practitioners and
Distinguished Professors to the Supreme Court and the Court of Appeal - Nurudeen Ogbara
Between Foreign and Local Lawyers - (Are Nigerian Lawyers Endangered by Globalization?) Emeka Maduewesi, Esq.
Publisher was at Rules Watch Workshop, Lagos, March 3rd and 4th, 2005.
Sourcing for Court Reporter's Equipment for Nigerian Courts?
COMPUTER-ASSISTED STENOGRAPH AS THE BEST TOOL FOR COURT REPORTING
News Photos of NBA @ IBA, San Francisco, California
Nationale Ombudsman of the Netherlands Holds in Favor of Nigerian Woman.
Case involving a Nigerian citizen, Mrs Magdaline A. Okafororji who was travelling to Switzerland through Amsterdam,
the Netherlands on 23 June 2004 when she was intercepted by Dutch immigration and Border Police on the suspicion that
her Nigerian international passport was forged consequent upon which she was forcibly deported to Nigeria.
Our law office, Veritas Chambers (www.veritaschambers.com) , Lagos, on behalf of Ms Okafororji challenged
her deportation on the groung that her Nigerian passport was not forged and she was denied a fair hearing.
After some preliminary matters, the case was finally argued by our Nnabuike Edechime of counsel on 27
0ctober 2005 in the Hague, the Netherlands before the Complaints Committee for Police Services
(Royal Military and Border Police/Armed Forces). Following an unfavourable decision by the Committee,
we appealed to the Nationale Ombudsman of the Netherlands who found in our favour thus 'The complaint
concerning the investigated actions of the Royal Military and Border Police is considered to be well
founded because the principle of fair play was contravened'.
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ANTI-TRUST: Who Will Rescue Developing Countries? (Emeka Maduewesi)
As globalization and the wave of deregulation increasingly broaden the sphere of operations of companies,
antitrust legislation has become very necessary in both developed and developing economies.
1 Antitrust laws are designed to encourage competition and ensure that restructured state monopolies
do not transmute into private monopolies. Further thereto, the fact that antitrust or anti-competition…
Trans-national Legal Practice: Preparing Locally to Practice Globally (Emeka Maduewesi, Esq.)
Paper delivered to the Students of the Nigerian Law School, Enugu Campus, January 14, 2005
And he came to Nazareth, where he had been brought up; and he went to the synagogue,
as his custom was, on the Sabbath day. And he stood up to read. He opened the book and found the place where it was written,
"The Spirit of the Lord is upon me, because he has anointed me to preach good news to the poor ……
Introduction to Legal Literacy in Nigeria
Majority of Nigerians, like most people all over the world, encounters the legal system only when they are experiencing
a serious problem. Perhaps a person or a loved one has been arrested. A person may be sued for money, such as when
there are unpaid debts or a breach of contract. Maybe there is a divorce or a fight over child custody or paternity …
Nigeria: Privatisation - Why Highest Bid Not Always Best - Dr. Nnamdi Dimgba
In the wake of the brouhaha which surrounded the sale and eventual revocation of the port harcourt and kaduna oil refineries
NNAMDI DIMGBA warns that in the absence of a competition law government's liberalisation, via privatisation ……