Senior Associate Speaks at the 4th Edition of Business Manager Planning Workshop Series Kenna Partners
A Senior Associate in the firm Kenna Partners, Dr Oscar Nliam was a Guest Speaker at the Business Manager Planning Workshop Series organized for Micro Small and Medium Enterprises (MSMEs). The Workshop which took place on Wednesday, March 28, 2014 at the DRV Place, Victoria Island was organized by Domino Information Company Limited. In his speech paper ‘Contracting Strategies to MSME’s in an Election Year’, he touched on a wide range of issues like contributions of MSMEs to national economies, challenges facing MSMEs and assistance required by MSMEs.
Kenna Partners Obtains Judgement from Court of Appeal: Determination of a Term Certain Lease Requires No Notice to Quit
The Court of Appeal, Lagos on Monday, March 31, 2014 settled the knotty issue on whether the determination of a term certain lease requires the issuance of a Notice to Quit by the Landlord to his Tenant.
The Appellant, a tenant of the 1st Respondent had commenced the action at the High Court of Lagos State claiming amongst others; that the 1st Respondent had not validly determined the tenancy in respect of the premises known as 27A Bishop Oluwole Street, Victoria Island, Lagos State and as such could not, without due process of law, eject the Appellant or compel it to give up possession of same.
National Integrated Power Plants (NIPPs) Privatisation: Kenna Partners Represents Niger Delta Power Holding Company (NDPHC)
The attempt by the Bureau of Public Enterprises (BPE) to resolve its differences with Ethiope Energy Limited over the latter’s interest in three National Integrated Power Plants (NIPPs) power stations out of court may have suffered a major setback.
The Continuous Legal Education Committee of the Nigerian Bar Association, Ikeja Branch held a two day Seminar on ‘Surmounting Professional Challenges Through Continuous Legal Education’ from April 29th – April 30th in Lagos. Dr Fabian Ajogwu SAN, of Kenna Partners was invited to be on the panel of discussants who would explore the topic ‘Exploring the Mediation Window at the Court of Appeal, High Court, Magistrates’ Court, Family Court, and Criminal Court: Prospects, Challenges, Drawbacks, Efficacy’.