Covid-19 Pandemic and The Plausibility of A Legal Action Against The People's Republic Of China: A Fruitless Venture?

Covid-19 Pandemic and The Plausibility of A Legal Action Against The People's Republic Of China: A Fruitless Venture?

Coronavirus (COVID-19) has virtually brought the entire world, as we know it, to its knees under a lockdown or high restriction of movement of persons. The World Health Organization (WHO) has since labelled the COVID-19 a worldwide pandemic – a description only ascribed to the world's worst health emergencies.

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Covid-19 Pandemic and The Doctrine Of Force Majeure

Covid-19 Pandemic and The Doctrine Of Force Majeure

The outbreak of Coronavirus (COVID-19) has disrupted the world’s economy. As already known, the virus was first detected in Wuhan, China, in December 2019, it soon spread to other countries of the world, with many international travel hubs like London and New York being badly hit.

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The Covid-19 Pandemic ~ Some Incidental Labour Issues

The Covid-19 Pandemic ~ Some Incidental Labour Issues

The World Health Organization (WHO) on 11 March 2020 declared COVID-19 a global pandemic owing to the fact that it has universally become a threatening illness affecting over 110 countries in the world and continuously spreading at a geometric rate. In January 2020, the agency had termed it a ‘public health emergency of international concern’.

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Pension Matters: PENCOM Issues Operation License to Nigerian University Pension Management Company

Pension Matters: PENCOM Issues Operation License to Nigerian University Pension Management Company

The National Pension Commission (“PENCOM”) on 28 January, 2019 issued a license to a new Pension Fund Administrator (PFA) accordingly increasing the number of PFAs currently operating in Nigeria.

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Ethics of The Legal Profession for Aspirants to The Nigerian Bar

Ethics of The Legal Profession for Aspirants to The Nigerian Bar

I was indeed elated when I received the invitation from the Faculty of Law of this citadel of learning, to speak to the students. This is because I consider every speech made to young people (not just aspirants to the Bar) as an opportunity to contribute positively towards shaping their future.

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What Is Blurring? Why Is It A Conceptually Difficult Area Of Trade Mark Law?

What Is Blurring? Why Is It A Conceptually Difficult Area Of Trade Mark Law?

The concept of intellectual property is a fascinating area of law that covers generally; the protection of the expression of ideas as 'works' under copyright; the protection of inventions under patent; and the protection of logos under trademarks.

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NBA Must Allow Real-Time Monitoring of Voting – Gadzama

NBA Must Allow Real-Time Monitoring of Voting – Gadzama

Article from CITY LAWYER MAGAZINE

Says ‘Tawo Tawo Is A Man of Integrity’

Foremost litigator and former Nigerian Bar Association (NBA) presidential candidate, Chief Joe-Kyari Gadzama (OFR, MFR, SAN) has stated that a key requirement for a rancour-free 2020 NBA Elections is “real time monitoring of votes.”

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Esthon v FRN - Gadzama inspires victory for Esthon at the Court of Appeal

Esthon v FRN - Gadzama inspires victory for Esthon at the Court of Appeal

The Court of Appeal, Yola division, today, the 22nd day of April, 2020, delivered its judgment in the case of Esthon V FRN.

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