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  • Business identity theft under the UDRP and the ACPA: is bad faith always bad for business advertising? 

    Faturoti, Bukola (International Association of IT Lawyers http://jiclt.com/index.php/jiclt/article/view/226/223, 2015-05-01)
    FATUROTI, B. 2015. Business identity theft under the UDRP and the ACPA: is bad faith always bad for business advertising? Journal of international commercial law and technology [online], 10(1), pages 1-12. Available from: http://jiclt.com/index.php/jiclt/article/view/226/223
    Websites have provided a very strong platform for businesses to reach their customers. They surpass the regular billboards by providing portals through which transactions are conducted without any physical contacts between ...
  • Complementarity or disparity? The UNCITARAL Model Law on International Commercial Arbitration 1985 and English Arbitration Act 1996 Revisited. 

    Faturoti, Bukola (University of Ibadan, 2012-05-08)
    FATUROTI, B. 2012. Complementarity or disparity? the UNICITARAL model law on international commmercial arbitration 1985 and English arbitration act 1996 revisited. University of Ibadan law journal, 12(1).
    Interest in the use of arbitration as a mechanism for resolving commercial disputes has grown tremendously in the last two decades. This growth could be credited to the awareness by national governments and international ...
  • Environmental protection in the Nigerian oil and gas industry and Jonah Gbemre v Shell PDC Nigeria Limited: let the plunder continue? 

    Faturoti, Bukola; Agbaitoro, Godswill; Onya, Obinna
    FATUROTI, B., AGBAITORO, G. and ONYA, O. [2018]. Environmental protection in the Nigerian oil and gas industry and Jonah Gbemre v Shell PDC Nigeria Limited: let the plunder continue? African journal of international and comparative law [online], (accepted).
    The case of Jonah Gbemre v. Shell Petroleum Development Company of Nigeria Limited made an historic deviation from the usual trend of seeking for monetary compensation by host communities in oil rich regions in Nigeria. ...
  • Institutionalised ADR and access to justice: the changing faces of the Nigerian judicial system. 

    Faturoti, Bukola (Juta and the Centre for comparative law in Africa, 2014-08-02)
    FATUROTI, B. 2014. Institutionalised ADR and access to justice: the changing faces of the Nigerian judicial system. Journal of comparative law in Africa, 1(1).
    Many legal jurisdictions have come to the realisation of how judicial bureaucracies and rigidity have left many disputants disenchanted about the entire justice system. This article examines the responses of State Governments ...
  • Patents and the Trans-Pacifica Partnership: how TPP-style intellectual property standards may exacerbate the access to medicines problems in the East African community. 

    Owoeye, Olasupo; Olatunji, Olugbenga; Faturoti, Bukola (Taylor and Francis https://doi.org/10.1080/08853908.2017.1386143, 2017-10-31)
    OWOEYE, O., OLATUNJI, O. and FATUROTI, B. 2017. Patents and the Trans-Pacifica Partnership: how TPP-style intellectual property standards may exacerbate the access to medicines problems in the East African community. International trade journal [online], Latest Articles. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1080/08853908.2017.1386143
    Least developed countries (LDCs) generally enjoy some exemptions under the WTO TRIPS Agreement. Despite these exemptions, patents continue to pose a major challenge to access to affordable medicines in the East African ...
  • Re-importing the concept of 'authorisation' of copyright infringement to Nigeria from the UK and Australia. 

    Faturoti, Bukola (Taylor and Francis https://doi.org/10.1080/13600869.2017.1275115, 2017-02-22)
    FATUROTI, B. 2017. Re-importing the concept of 'authorisation' of copyright infringement to Nigeria from the UK and Australia. International review of law, computers and technology [online], 31(1), pages 4-25. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1080/13600869.2017.1275115
    The concept of 'authorisation' was one of the innovations under the (Imperial) Copyright Act of 1911. The concept, which has found its way into many common law countries jurisprudence, has been very crucial in imposing ...
  • Women's rights in Africa: an examination of African human rights systems in the context of CEDAW and the universalism versus cultural relativism debate. 

    Faturoti, Bukola (Juta, 2016-04-30)
    FATUROTI, B. 2016. Women's rights in Africa: an examination of African human rights systems in the context of CEDAW and the universalism versus cultural relativism debate. Journal of comparative law in Africa, 3(1), pages 149-176.
    Many African women suffer discrimination on the grounds of their gender and other factors, such as religion, customs, age and marital status. They continue to be victims of harmful practices whose perpetrators are never ...