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Labour Law in Nigeria By Egerton E. Uvieghara

The author is Professor of Industrial & Commercial Law at the University of Lagos, and Commissioner at the Nigeria Law Reform Commission. His book is aimed at legal professionals, academics and students; employers, employees and union officials. It focuses on cases and includes extensive quotations from several judgements. The book is broadly divided into two sections. Section one - Individual Employer-Employee Relations - covers: contracts, the Labour Act, injuries at work, the Factories Act, claims and compensation. Section two - Collective Labour Relations - covers: trade union law, union mergers, the legal framework of collective bargaining, and industrial conflict and the law.
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