The role of governments in support of African arbitration – TheCable As at May 2016, there were at least 72 Arbitration institutions in Africa. Most of these institutions are privately run. By implication, arbitration is driven more by the efforts of private persons than by the efforts of government. While that is not in itself […]
Free trade takes a step towards reality | ALB Article In this way, the treaty acts as a basis for the development of free trade across Africa. The authoritative bodies are put in place, general principles are enshrined and there is even the possibility for party states to bring disputes against each other and enforce […]
Commonwealth launches arbitration survey | ALB Article The Commonwealth has reached out to arbitrators in its member states to gather information about the use and reach of arbitration.
East leads Africa economically | ALB Article Reports published by the African Development Bank reveal that East Africa is the most successful economic region on the continent, as Africa battles for more growth and greater employment. East Africa is pulling ahead of the continent’s other regions economically, according to reports released by the African Development […]
Dispute Resolution in Africa Mining Assets: Exploring the Arbitration Route | Lexology Mining is one of Africa's flagship industries and a growth engine for many of the continent's countries. Not only have some of the “mining champions”2…
The Advent Of Litigation Funding And What Does It Involve? – Litigation, Mediation & Arbitration – South Africa Given the costs and uncertainties in the prosecution of disputes, and in particular large scale and complex international, commercial and construction disputes which are often ongoing for extended periods of time. South Africa Litigation, Mediation & Arbitration […]
Energy Arbitration in Africa – Energy and Natural Resources – Worldwide The energy sector is a critical element in Africa’s economic development. It includes traditional resources such as oil, gas and coal as well as a growing emphasis on renewable sources of energy. Worldwide Energy and Natural Resources WilmerHale 22 May 2018
A global round-up of new arbitral rules and impending updates to existing rules In recent months, a number of arbitral institutions have launched, or have announced the imminent launch, of updates to their rules of arbitration. In this article, we look at these changes and highlight key points of interest. The London Maritime Arbitration Association […]
SOAS Arbitration in Africa survey launched The survey that focuses on the theme Domestic and International Arbitration: Perspectives from African Arbitration Practitioners has been launched on May 2nd in Kigali during the SOAS Arbitration in Africa Conference. The survey was done by SOAS University of London and Broderick, Bozimo and Company.
Navigating Specialist Energy and Natural Resources Arbitration in East Africa – Kluwer Arbitration Blog The countries of Africa are nascent economies, some with well developed, and most with burgeoning energy and natural resources (ENR) sectors. With the vast resource of wealth comes a greater expectation of economic development and a greater interest in ENR and […]