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Streamsowers & Köhn acted as counsel to EbonyLife Studios

Streamsowers & Köhn is happy to have acted as counsel to EbonyLife Studios on its collaboration with Sony Pictures Television on the creation of ÀLÓ; a brand new writers'. The initiative which offers a new avenue of expression to writers of African heritage...
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Appropriations Act (Amendment) Bill, 2020 (SB.431/HB. 842)-01/06/2020

The bill seeks to amend the 2020 Appropriations Act and authorize the issue of the total sum of ₦10,509,654,033,053 only from the Consolidated Revenue Fund of the Federation, of which: ₦398,505,979,362 is for Statutory Transfers; ₦2,951,710,000,000 is for Debt Service;
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1999 Constitution of the Federal Republic of Nigeria (Alteration) Bill, 2020 (HB.950)

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Explosives Act 2004 (Repeal and Enactment) Bill, 2019 (HBs. 369 and 822)

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Quarantine Act 2004 (Repeal and Enactment) Bill, 2021 (SB. 413)

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2021 Appropriation Bill, 2020 (SB.523/HB.1069)

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Finance Bill, 2020 (SB.585/HB.1139)

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Loan Recovery (Regulations) Bill, 2020 (SB.492)

The bill seeks to allow creditor banks to track the account(s) of loan defaulters through their Bank Verification Number (BVN) and recover past and due obligation without recourse to the borrower. The bill empowers banks to deduct money from the account of loan defaulters.
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Petroleum Industry Bill, 2020 (HB. 1061)

The bill seeks to establish a framework for the creation of a commercially oriented and profit-driven national petroleum company, promote transparency, good governance, and accountability in the administration of petroleum resources of Nigeria, foster a business environment
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2021 Appropriations Bill (SB. 523 and HB.1069)

The bill seeks to authorize the issue of the total sum of ₦13,082,420,568,233(Thirteen Trillion, Eighty-Two Billion, Four Hundred and Twenty Million, Five Hundred and Sixty-Eight Thousand, Two Hundred and Thirty-Three Naira) only from the Consolidated Revenue Fund of the Federation, of which:
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Nigerian Local Content Development and Enforcement Bill, 2020 (HB.837)- 26/05/2020

The bill seeks to amend the Nigerian Oil and Gas Industry Content Development Act by expanding its scope to capture changes in the industry. The bill proposes to: Create a Nigerian Content Council to be headed by the Vice-President; Deduct the sum of 2% from every contract awarded
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Appropriations Act (Amendment) Bill, 2020 (SB.431/HB. 842)-01/06/2020

The bill seeks to amend the 2020 Appropriations Act and authorize the issue of the total sum of ₦10,509,654,033,053 only from the Consolidated Revenue Fund of the Federation, of which: ₦398,505,979,362 is for Statutory Transfers; ₦2,951,710,000,000 is for Debt Service;
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