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Banwo & Ighodalo Podcast

Banwo & Ighodalo Podcast

This is the official channel for Banwo & Ighodalo, a tier-1 law firm in Lagos, Nigeria. This podcast provides expert and professional legal thought-leadership from top legal professionals selected for their preparedness to apply intelligence to solving real-life problems.

2021-07-30 07:27:21.0

Conflict of Interest in Arbitration: Avoiding Traps for the Unwary

Section 8 and 45 of the Arbitration and Conciliation Act (“ACA”) impose a duty of disclosure of circumstances likely to give rise to any justifiable doubts as to the impartiality or independence of an arbitral tribunal. Thus, the sections mandate a duty of disclosure of any conflict of interest by an arbitrator when approached with an appointment opportunity, for domestic and international arbitration. This duty is a continuing obligation and is expected to subsist throughout the arbitral proceedings. Similarly, in a potential conflict scenario, both provisions also permit parties to challenge an arbitrator within fifteen (15) days of becoming aware of the constitution of the arbitral tribunal, or of becoming aware of the conflict scenario, as the case may be.

2021-05-24 10:00:00.0

Emerging jurisprudence on Termination of Contracts of Employment

Chinedu, a Partner in the Litigation, Arbitration

2021-05-24 08:19:04.0

NICN's Era Best International Practices on Termination of Private Contractual Employments - Implications for Employers

In the episode, Chinedum Umeche, Adeola Agunbiade, and Oluwamayokun David chat about NICN's era on good or best international practices on termination of private contractual employments: implications for employers.

2021-04-13 03:34:41.0

Copyright In Gospel Music

Chinasa Uwanna is a Senior Associate in the firm's Intellectual Property

2021-04-05 11:00:16.0

Reviewing The Recent Aviation-Related Tax Incentives And Their Impact On The Aviation Industry

Tunji is a Senior Associate in the firm’s Shipping, Aviation, and International Trade Practice Group. He is a versatile lawyer with extensive experience advising domestic and international clients and industry leaders in the maritime and aviation sectors. Please relax in the next 10 minutes or so and listen, as he reviews the recent aviation-related tax incentives with their impact on the aviation industry.

2020-11-03 09:30:16.0

New Innovation in CAMA 2020: Amendments Relating to Introduction of New Types of Business Structures

One of the first things to determine when establishing a business entity is the specific purpose it will serve. It is also expedient to know about taxes, liabilities, management, and control, as well as how you receive profits and manage losses. In this podcast, Olumide Osundolire, a partner at Banwo

2020-10-20 07:06:30.0

New Innovation in CAMA 2020: Amendments Relating to MSMEs, NGOs and Non-Profits and Trustees

In this podcast, Toyin Bashir of Banwo

2020-10-20 07:01:08.0

New Innovation in CAMA 2020: MSMEs, NGOs and Non-Profits as well as Incorporated Trustees

In this podcast, Toyin Bashir of Banwo

2020-10-12 11:03:08.0

New Innovation in CAMA 2020: Amendments Relating to Shareholder/Board Meetings

CAMA 2020 has made additions to the traditional requirements and procedures for Shareholder/Board Meetings

2020-10-06 07:54:11.0

New Innovation in CAMA 2020: Company Incorporation and Incidental Matters

In today’s podcast, we’ll be looking at Company Incorporation and Incidental Matters under the revised Companies and Allied Matters Act. Toyin Bashir, a partner at Banwo

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