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The Inefficacy of Private Enforcement of Directors' Duties
(Taylor and Francis, 2019-10-24)
Company directors play an important role in society. Their activities have significant effects on the interests of their companies, shareholders and other stakeholders. Consequently, the law regards them as fiduciaries and ...
The Case for Public Enforcement of Directors’ Duties: An Australian Case Study and Application to Nigeria
(Kluwer Law International, 2020-01)
Like many other common law countries, Nigeria imposes statutory duties on its companies’ directors. Breach of these duties are expected to be enforced ‘privately’ by the company, its shareholders or any other proper person. ...
Criminal Enforcement of Directors' Occupational Crimes in Nigeria: Issues and Challenges
The issue of enforcement has concerned economists, legal practitioners and criminologists over the years. Where criminal conduct is concerned, enforcement is often considered necessary to punish current offenders and deter ...
REFLECTIONS ON NIGERIA v. PROCESS & INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENTS LIMITED
(New York University, 2021)
Following an unprecedented ruling by an English High Court on an application in the Nigeria v. Process & Industrial Developments Limited (P&ID) case granting Nigeria an extension in time to bring challenges under sections ...