CLRNN in Conversation with Prof Paul Idornigie SAN II:

In the second conversation of our series on Commercial Law reform in Nigeria, we examine the constitutional issues that affect law reform. We also ex...

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CLRNN in Conversation with Prof Paul Idornigie SAN I

In the first conversation of our series on commercial law reform in Nigeria, we examine the law reform process in Nigeria. To that end, we unpack the ...

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Commercial Law Research Network Nigeria (CLRNN) interviews Professor Paul Oboarenegbe Idornigie SAN, PhD, C.Arb

The Commercial Law Research Network Nigeria (CLRNN) is privileged to announce a series of interviews with Professor Paul Oboarenegbe Idornigie, a Seni...

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CLRNN Call for Blogposts

CLRNN is delighted to announce that it is now accepting blogpost submissions on commercial law and practice. Commercial Law Research Network Nigeria (...

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Food Waste in Nigeria: In Conversation with Oscar Ekponimo of Chowberry

Following the recently concluded Pre-Summit of the UN Food Systems Summit, the Commercial Law Research Network Nigeria (CLRNN) reflects on food waste ...

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Geographical Indications in Nigeria: In Conversation with Chinasa Uwanna

Chinasa Uwanna is a Senior Associate at Banwo and Ighodalo, a leading law firm in Nigeria, where her core practice areas are Intellectual Property &am...

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Geographical Indications in Nigeria: Realities and Recommendations

by Chinasa Uwanna Introduction According to the World Intellectual Property Organisation (“WIPO”), a Geographical Indication (GI) is a “sign used on p...

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Essential Intellectual Property Safeguards for SMEs

by John Onyido, Bisola Scott and Sandra Eke Introduction Globally, Small and Medium Scale Enterprises (SMEs) largely contribute to the development of ...

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Intellectual Property Law and Practice in Nigeria: A Practitioner’s Perspective

by John Onyido, Esq. Introduction: Over the past 50 to 60 years, the laws, and regulations applicable to intellectual property rights (IPRs) and intel...

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A REFLECTION ON THE CLRNN WEBINAR SERIES ON CAMA 2020 “FROM LIQUIDATION TO RESCUE: A CRITICAL REVIEW OF THE NIGERIAN INSOLVENCY LAW REFORMS”

by Mr Victor Olusegun Introduction to the CLRNN Webinar on CAMA 2020 (Insolvency Reforms) On August 7, 2020, the Companies and Allied Matters Act 2020...

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