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Essentials of Modern Nigerian Employment Law

Essentials of Modern Nigerian Employment Law is a compendium of the cardinal principles of labour law and industrial relations in Nigeria.  It discusses major principles, cases, and statutes of Nigerian Labour law. Some of the themes discussed in a simple but masterly manner include:

‑Definitions and Sources of Nigerian Labour Law
‑Who Is an Employee?
‑The Contract of Employment
‑The Doctrine of Vicarious Liability as It Applies to Employer-Employee Relationship
‑Termination and Remedies for Wrongful Dismissal
‑Collective Bargaining
‑Workplace Health and Safety
‑The Employee Compensation Scheme
‑Trade Union Law
‑Trade Disputes and Settlement: General Perspectives
‑Present Position of The National Industrial Court

Find also in this edition a compilation of major statutes regulating the Employer-Employee relationship in Nigeria.

This book is a must-read for every employer of labour, employees, students of Nigerian labour law, Lawyers, the general reading public, and all in quest of up to date information in this area of law.

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Freedom of Information Act

The Freedom of Information Act 2011 is one of the bills that took so much time in going through the legislative process. It spent over 11 years in the National Assembly before it was finally given presidential assent by President Goodluck Jonathan on the 28th of May 2011.

It is apposite to mention that the Freedom of Information Act 2011 is a right step in the right direction. It is in tandem with the provisions of section 39(1) of the 1999 Constitution of the Federal Republic of Nigeria (as amended). Section 39(1) of the 1999 constitution provides as follows:

‘’Every person shall be entitled to freedom of expression, including the freedom to hold opinions and to receive and impart ideas and information without interference.’’

In these notes, an analysis of the legal effect and implications of various provisions of the FOI Act 2011 is undertaken.  There is also an exposition of how to make a freedom of information (FOI) request. So, have you been wondering how to make an (FOI) request, and about understanding the mechanism behind the Freedom of Information Act? Download a copy and see a quick analysis of the FOI Act in our introductory notes.

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Principles And Practice Of Corporate Law & Governance

The text  Principles And Practice Of Corporate Law  & Governance is one of the most current texts on corporate law and governance in Nigeria.

It encapsulates the innovations introduced by the recently enacted Companies and Allied Matters Act 2020, the Federal Competition and Consumers Protection Act 2019,  the Nigerian Code of Corporate Governance 2018, the Financial Reporting Council of Nigeria Act 2011 as well as the Investment and Securities Act 2007.

Read also about the legal requirements for doing business in Nigeria.

Read in this volume  up-to-date information on the following areas of corporate law and governance:

‑History and Development of Company Law in Nigeria
‑The Regulatory Framework and Bodies
‑The Concept of Corporate Personality
‑Promoters as A Concept in Corporate Law
‑The Structure and Organs of Corporate Management
‑Shareholding as A Basis for Participation in Corporate Management and Administration
‑The Managing Director as A Director and Manager
‑Proceedings at Board Meeting
‑Corporate Meetings and Proceedings
‑Position of The Company Secretary in Modern Corporate Practice
‑Exceptions to The Democratic Rule of Majority
‑The Auditor and Audit Committee: Their Role in Corporate Governance
‑Role of Receivers and Managers in Corporate Management
‑Liquidator as A Corporate Administrator
‑The Process of Corporate Restructuring
‑The Ultra Vires Doctrine in Nigeria Modern ‑Corporate Law Practice
‑Participation of Foreigners in Nigerian Corporate Practice
‑Process of Winding Up
‑The Law on Dividend
‑The Company’s Annual Return
‑Role of The Nigerian Stock Exchange in Administration of Company Securities
‑Law on Prospectus and Allotment
‑The Human Resource Function in Corporate Management
‑Best Practices in Corporate Governance

Find also practical hints on corporate law practice in the appendices:

  • Appendix I. Forms & precedents on Directors Appendix II. Hints on Company’s incorporation
  • III Forms & Precedents on Allotments, Transfer & Transmission
  • Appendix IV Precedents on Notices of meetings

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Companies and Allied matters Act

Its been over thirty years since the Companies and Allied matters Act (CAMA) 1990 Cap C20, LFN 2004 was enacted into law. Since then, the global business environment and parameters have undergone several changes.

It became very obvious that CAMA 1990 has become obsolete and needed to be updated to meet global business realities.

Consequently, the National Assembly on the 10h of March 2020, passed into law the Companies and Allied matters Act (Repeal and Re-Enactment) Bill 2020. Specifically, on the 7th of August 2020, President Muhammadu Buhari gave his assent to it thereby making it a full-blown law and an Act of the National Assembly.

An examination of the Companies and Allied Matters Act 2020 reveals its objectives. One of which is the creating of a more business-friendly regulatory environment with an emphasis on Micro, Small, and Medium Enterprises (MSMEs). Among other things, the Act seeks to reduce the minimum share capital for companies, introduce E-Registration in compliance with international best practices, and promoting the ease of doing business in Nigeria.

Generally, the Act has rightly lifted off from small companies the burden of engaging the services of a company secretary and holding an annual general meeting. (See section 330(1) and 237(1) of the Companies and Allied Matters Act 2020).

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Nigerian Press Law and Freedom of the Press

Nigerian Press Law and Freedom of the Press is the most recent text on media law that examines the position of the Law as regards the practice of Journalism in Nigeria’s recent past and present.

There is also in the book a legal analysis of the Freedom of information Act 2011 and the position of the law on obscene and indecent publications.

It is hoped the book will enhance the practice of Journalism in Nigeria as it will help the practicing journalist get acquainted with the occupational hazards of the profession and how to manage them effectively.

It’s a valuable resource for lawyers, media practitioners, students and, the general reading public.

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