Disputes are bound to arise as long as human interaction is concerned. What however differentiates man from other animals is his ability to manage his disputes. Over the years, a very popular method of resolving disputes is through litigation/the court. This presentation briefly juxtaposes litigation and alternative dispute resolution mechanisms, carefully showing how ADR fits into the best interest of clients than litigation.
In every democratic setting, it is clear that a smooth relationship between the executive arm of government and the legislative arm of government is a sine qua non for a good governance, and vice versa. In Nigeria, this relationship is really a topical problem as each of these arms is seen fighting hard to establish its supremacy over the other, despite the various platforms provided by the Constitution for a synergy between them.
All over the world today, we celebrate technology as being an indispensable part of the modern world. One of the products of technology is the internet. The internet today is akin to a web that brings the whole world together through its information and communication technology. The internet development necessitated a change in virtually everything that once obtained in our world so that any business, administration, organization or country that is not abreast of the workings of the internet ...
Crippled until the milestone enactment of the Third Alterations Act 2010, the National Industrial Court of Nigeria is vested with the special jurisdiction over labour and employment matters in Nigeria. In this work, we critically considered the implications of some constitutional provisions as it relates to providing a veritable platform for the NICN to make great impact on some global trends in Nigeria's labour realm.
This work basically deals with a new category of workers called "the EDWs". This category of workers are products of globalization/modernisation. Their legal status is somewhat uncertain in jurisdictions like Nigeria. We have therefore, provided a discourse on these workers, who they are, what they do and what the law says about them. We concluded by making salient recommendations which if followed will solve some problems of uncertainty surrounding these workers in Nigeria.