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  • Court Rules Nigerians Cannot Pursue Shell Spill Claim In Eng...
  • he Court of Appeal in London ruled on Wednesday that two Nigerian communities cannot pursue Royal Dutch Shell in English courts over oil spills in Nigerias Delta region. The split decision upheld a High Court ruling in[...]
  • Date Posted:: 15/Feb/2018
  • Law Firm Hired To Recover Revenues Illegally Exported By MTN...
  • A law firm Tope Adebayo Limited Liability Partnership LLP which was hired by the Federal Government to recover illegally repatriated revenues of about $14 billion from Nigeria by mobile telephony company, MTN, between 20[...]
  • Date Posted:: 15/Feb/2018
  • 5.5bn Debt: Ecobank’s Lawyer Fails To Stop Oba Otudeko’s...
  • Oba Otudeko the boss of Honeywell Group returned to court on Wednesday for cross examination having been led in an examination in chief by the defense lawyer Mr. A. O Divine. But, Mr. Divine who is the counsel for Ecoba[...]
  • Date Posted:: 15/Feb/2018
  • Lawyer Sues FG, Seeks Right for Self-Determination
  • A lawyer, Chief Malcolm Omirhobo has sued the Federal Government urging the court to hold that there is no law stopping citizens from any part of the country from seeking self-determination if they so want[...]
  • Date Posted:: 15/Feb/2018
  • Judiciary Key to Developing Blue Economy, Says Dakuku
  • Nigeria Maritime Administration and Safety Agencys NIMASAs Director General Dr Dakuku Peterside has said the Judiciary is key to developing a blue economy. Peterside spoke at the opening of the 7th Strategic Admiralty L[...]
  • Date Posted:: 15/Feb/2018
  • Femi Falana: ‘10 Corruption Cases That Can fetch FG $74.5b...
  • Human rights lawyer Mr Femi Falana SAN has listed 10 alleged corruption cases that can fetch the Federal Government not less than $74.5bn and N2.5trn if prosecuted. The lawyer said without resolving these high-profile c[...]
  • Date Posted:: 15/Feb/2018
  • CCT Accuses FG of Stalling Justice Ngwuta’s Trial
  • The Code of Conduct Tribunal on Wednesday said the Federal Government was delaying the trial of a Justice of the Supreme Court, Justice Sylvester Ngwuta. Members of the tribunal’s panel noted that the prosecution[...]
  • Date Posted:: 15/Feb/2018
  • Supreme Court Voids Sack of Obayan By UNILORIN
  • THE Supreme Court has set aside the 1999 sack of Mrs Aize Imonokhome Obayan now a professor as a lecturer and Reader in the Department of Guardian and Counselling, University of Ilorin. The apex court, in a unanimous ju[...]
  • Date Posted:: 15/Feb/2018