- February 20, 2020
The proposed amendment of Nigeria’s Federal Arbitration Law could see the arbitration landscape in Nigeria improve significantly
The past decade witnessed remarkable developments in the law and practice of arbitration in Africa (jurisdictions like Ghana and South Africa enacted new arbitration laws in 2010 and 2017 respectively; courts across the African continent have increasingly shown willingness to enforce validly made arbitration agreements and awards; various arbitration initiatives have sprung up and have … Continue reading The proposed amendment of Nigeria’s Federal Arbitration Law could see the arbitration landscape in Nigeria improve significantly →
- July 29, 2019
STC v Betamax and the impact of public policy considerations on the enforceability of international arbitral awards
On 31 May 2019, the Supreme Court of Mauritius set aside an arbitral award in State Trading Corporation v Betamax on grounds of public policy.