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The tort of interference is one of the most unpopular tortious liabilities which players in the business world must be careful of. In simple terms, it means the intentional interference with contractual or business relations. Generally, the law of Torts enforces the breach of a duty imposed by law, to protect the interest of an […]

Bilateral Air Service Agreements are international trade agreements that permit the airlines of two countries to conduct air transport services between their respective territories. Currently, Nigeria has signed over 80 bilateral air service agreements with various countries, which have largely failed to benefit the country. This position is largely against the principle that multiple benefits […]

Minors in football in Nigeria are part of a global system that is often exploited. In the last two decades, the global appetite for cheap, promising young talented players in football has surged. Consequently, this has led to an increase in the mobility of minors domestically and internationally in pursuit of a professional football career. […]

    Artificial intelligence  in Nigeria is a relatively new field. AI also known as machine intelligence, a term first coined over fifty years ago is finally becoming relevant and impactful in today’s global arena. AI in conjunction with other disruptive technologies such as Blockchain, Big data and Analytics, all constitute part of the new technological […]

The Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) by its letter dated 5th October 2018, written to all banks, telecommunication companies, mobile money operators, banking agents and the Nigerian Communication Commission, circulated draft guidelines and regulations of Payment Service Banks in Nigeria (PSB) for comments and observations. The Payment Service Banks in Nigeria is CBN’s initiative to […]

Over the years, the Nigerian maritime industry has witnessed the uncontrolled and illegal participation of foreign shipowners which has been detrimental to the industry. This position necessitated the enactment of the Coastal and Inland Shipping (Cabotage) Act in 2003. The Cabotage Act was enacted to restrict the participation of foreign vessels in the Nigerian Coastal […]

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