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The Securities and Exchange Commission’s (SEC) proposed rules on Crowdfunding have elicited different reactions from stakeholders, it has rattled the cage of most businesses that leverage on the internet to access credit to finance their business, businesses that create an opportunity for other businesses to access credit on their platforms and operators of financial portals. […]

Third-party ownership in football – A publication of the Sports, Entertainment and Technology Practice at Olisa Agbakoba Legal Despite FIFA’s outright prohibition on third-party ownership football in 2015, to remove unethical practices and mitigate the controversy surrounding this type of investment in football, TPO, as it is more commonly known, remains a regular occurrence in […]

A National Policy on Arbitration in Nigeria – A publication of the Arbitration and Dispute Resolution Practice Group of Olisa Agbakoba Legal I.  INTRODUCTION Nigeria generates a significant volume of commercial transactions, both domestic and international with about 80 percent of these transactions originating and or terminating in Nigeria especially Lagos, Port Harcourt, Kano, etc. […]

The increasing rise in piracy in the Gulf of Guinea has become alarming. Until recently, the concern about piracy has been the Gulf of Eden operated by Somalia pirates; however, piracy has witnessed a drastic shift to the Gulf of Guinea. Armed robbery against ships and cargo theft has also risen uncontrollably within Nigerian territorial […]

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