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ǼLEX | Nigeria | 21 Dec 2021

The Mergers & Acquisitions Review: Nigeria

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ǼLEX | Global, Nigeria | 7 Mar 2021

Law Firms as Targets for Hackers

With the recent growth in technology, the storage of information online has become a common phenomenon. Though this method of storing information has…
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ǼLEX | Nigeria | 7 Mar 2021

Regulatory framework for open banking in Nigeria: emerging opportunities for FinTechs and financial institutions

The objective of open banking is to have a payments and markets infrastructure which provides customers with the ability to review all their banking…
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ǼLEX | Nigeria | 28 Sep 2018

The Nigerian gas flare commercialization programme: a win-win situation?

In a bid to drastically cut down gas flaring and convert flared gas to economic use, the Federal Government of Nigeria (FGN) has launched the Nigerian…
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ǼLEX | Nigeria | 28 Sep 2018

ABCs of regulatory compliance for creative and information technology start-ups in Nigeria

The Nigerian economy has witnessed an influx of funding and the resultant growth in the creative and information technology (CIT) industry. In 2017…
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ǼLEX | Nigeria | 28 Sep 2018

Case review: are winding up petitions subject to foreign jurisdiction clauses? - RRSAT v. Daar Communications Plc

The Federal High Court Lagos ("FHC”), delivered a ruling in Suit No.: FHC/L/CP/540/2012 RRSAT Global Communications Networks Limited v Daar…
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ǼLEX | Nigeria | 28 Sep 2018

VAT on imported services: analysing the Federal High Court’s decision in Vodacom v. FIRS

On 19 December 2017, the Federal High Court, Lagos (“FHC”) per Kuewumi J., in Appeal No.: FHC/L/4A/2016 upheld the decision of the Tax Appeal Tribunal…
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ǼLEX | Nigeria | 28 Sep 2018

Toyota wins court dispute over infringement of “Lexus” trademark: the decision in Toyota Motor Corporation v. Subaya Metalware Nigeria Ltd & Anor

In a judgment delivered on December 29, 2017 in Toyota Motor Corporation v. Subaya Metalware Nigeria Limited & Anor, the Lagos Division of the…
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ǼLEX | Nigeria | 6 Sep 2018

Enforcement of arbitral awards – the time factor

Award debtors routinely employ every conceivable strategy to circumvent the enforcement of an arbitral award against them. One such strategy is to argue that the time limit for enforcing an award or judgment has lapsed, thus rendering the award unenforceable. As this issue has long plagued award creditors, the relevant statutory provisions and judicial decisions in this regard must be......
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