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Intellectual Property and Economic Growth in Africa – Harnessing IP As a Development Tool Intellectual Property (“IP”) is arguably a well known legal terminology, but unsurprisingly its meaning and significance remain poorly understood amongst business owners and creatives. IP in practical terms refers to intangible creations of the human intellect protected by the law which […]

Arbitral Awards As Sovereign Debt Risks: Impact of P&ID and EURAFIC Cases Background Deriving from the sovereignty principle, sovereign debt literary refers to how much a country’s government owes. Often times the primary source is through outside borrowing hence it can be defined as national or government debt because the word “sovereign” connotes national government. […]

Nigeria’s Electoral Processes and Institutions Rebuilding: A Case For the Implementation of the Justice Uwais Report THE 2019 GENERAL ELECTIONS The 2019 general elections were conducted on the framework of the Constitution of the Federal Republic of Nigeria 1999 (as amended) and Electoral Act 2010 (as amended). There were many problems with the 2019 general […]

Can Cooperative Federalism Work in Nigeria?  – A publication of Olisa Agbakoba Legal Nigeria is a country of so many ethnic nationalities and so has been striving to evolve a workable framework that harmonizes the often conflicting interests of these nationalities. As a result of our large population and territory, the most effective political system […]

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