May 27, 2018

The Child Rights Act And Need For Stricter Enforcement | Adedunmade Onibokun



The State shall direct its policy towards ensuring that children, young persons and the age are protected against any exploitation whatsoever, and against moral and material neglect.

Section 17(3)(F), 1999 Constitution of the Federal Republic of Nigeria.


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May 25, 2018

Privileged Communication: Does The Law Offer Sufficient Protection? | Zeniath Abiri


Privilege is a rule of evidence that allows the beneficiary of the privilege to refuse to disclose information or provide evidence about a certain subject or to bar such evidence from being disclosed or used in a judicial or other proceeding. This principle was judicially defined in B v. Auckland v. Society,[1] as a right to resist the compulsory disclosure of information. Privilege acts to protect a witness from answering questions in evidence, and/or entitles a party to refuse to produce documents for inspection, during the course of legal proceedings. This doctrine is thus, not just a rule of evidence, but is also a substantive legal right. It follows that it would amount to a breach of this fundamental legal right, for a court to draw any adverse inference, from the making of a valid claim to privilege.[2]
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A Lawyer's Guide To Due Diligence |Kayode Omosehin, Esq.



A lawyer will likely be engaged in legal due diligence in the course of his advisory services to his clients, especially in respect of business combination, a public offering of securities or regarding a credit facility. A due diligence is simply the investigation of a target company on behalf of investor(s) by reviewing the target company’s records, contractual documents, court documents and interviewing its officials or other persons with useful information about the target company.
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3rd ICC Africa Conference on International Arbitration


The 3rd ICC Africa Conference on International Arbitration will take place on Monday June 18th and Tuesday June 19th, 2018 at the Civic Centre, Ozumba Mbadiwe Street, Victoria Island, Lagos.


The conference is an annual event at which the African arbitration community updates itself on developments in the region and is also a great opportunity for participants to network and develop excellent business and professional relationships.
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Legal Titan Aare Afe Babalola, SAN endorses Paul Usoro for NBA Presidency





The Prince of Telecommunication Law, Paul Usoro SAN who is currently in Ado Ekiti, paid a courtesy visit to his role model Chief Afe Babalola, SAN at his office at the Afe Babalola University, Ado Ekiti, earlier today, 25th May 2018.
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IP ABC: - Can I Copyright My Book Title | Infusion Lawyers



I'm a Nigerian author. Presently, I am writing my second book. The book is titled, Buhari: 100 Days in London and Other Stories. But there is a problem. I discovered 3 other writers who have written articles that are similar to the title of my book. In fact, when I contacted one of the writers about this, he emphatically told me that he was about to finish a book with a similar title. And just as I tried to think it through, a Nigerian movie also with almost identical title popped up in a TV advert. I badly want to use this title. For protection, can I copyright the title of my book?
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LCA_YAN Symposium & International Moot Competition





As a prelude to the 2018 Lagos Court of Arbitration, Young Arbitrators Network (LCA_YAN)  International Moot Competition , there would be a symposium on the theme “A Vision of International Arbitration Practice” on the 25th of July 2018. This would mark the start of a 3-day event with the semi-finals and finals of the moot on following days.  See Flier for more details. 


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Excerpts from Mr. Paul Usoro, SAN's Speech at the meeting held with members of the NBA, Okitipupa Branch today


"The office of the NBA President calls for service and not enrichment of oneself.

When I decided to contest for NBA Presidency, I was actually looking at building and working with an inclusive bar. A bar that takes care of every lawyer, whether from a cosmopolitan place or the hinterland.
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University Dons Laud Paul Usoro SAN


A University Don, Professor Momodu Kasim-Momodu, Law Dean at Crescent University, Abeokuta recently lauded the eminent lawyer, Mr. Paul Usoro, SAN for his giant strides in the industry. The Professor made this known at a breakfast meeting in honour of Paul Usoro organised by the Young Lawyers Forum (YLF) of Kano, Ungogo and Dutse branches.


Speaking at the meeting, he hailed Paul Usoro for his exceptional and excellent skills over the years having one of the finest law firms, Paul Usoro & Co., that is known to hire young lawyers taking them through thorough pupillage and mentorship.
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May 23, 2018

Paul Usoro, a responsible citizen - LIRS


The Executive Chairman of the Lagos State Government Internal Revenue Service, LIRS, Ayo Subair, has lauded the consistent commitment to responsibly remit taxes exhibited by Paul Usoro, SAN.

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