Is the Imposition of Fines by Regulatory Agencies without recourse to the Court unconstitutional?June 3, 2018
One of the enforcement techniques utilized by regulatory agencies to ensure compliance by individuals and entities within the purview of their enabling laws, is the imposition of fines.
The Jurisdiction of the National Industrial Court of Nigeria and Finality of Its Judgments: What Does the Law Say?)May 14, 2018
Commerce in societies is built on exchanges of goods and services, provided by businesses and corporate organisations (service providers) which support the creation of strong institutions in such societies.
Jackson, Etti & Edu Partner, Fola Olusanya named 2017 Client Choice Award Winner for Mergers & Acquisitions in NigeriaFebruary 21, 2018
The transaction team was led by Partner, Folasade Olusanya assisted by Senior Associates Kunle Soyibo and Kingsley Opia-Enwemuche, along with Associates Ekiomado Ewere-Isaiah and Aramide Oyeneyin.
An Examination of the Concept of the ‘Seat of Arbitration’ in the Context of International Commercial ArbitrationFebruary 7, 2018
Arbitration is one of the mechanisms for settlement of dispute. It is different from mediation or conciliation because in arbitration, there is a third-party arbiter who renders a final and binding award.
Award of Third-Party Funding (“TPF”) Costs in Arbitral Proceedings: A Review of the English Case of Essar Oilfields Services Limited V.Norscot Rig Management Pvt Limited (2016) EWHC 2361 (Comm)October 23, 2017
Generally, under the adversarial system of adjudication in Nigeria, a successful party may be entitled to costs subject to the prevailing Rules of Court and other underlying principles of law.