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7 Nov
One of the factors that discourage investments, particularly from foreign investors, in developing countries is the absence of an effective and reliable dispute resolution mechanism.
4 Jul 2022
On May 10, 2022, the arbitration community in Nigeria awoke to the cheering news that the Nigerian Senate had passed the Arbitration and Mediation Bill 2022, after a 16-year struggle
21 Dec 2021
Arbitration is the most common and most preferred means of resolving international commercial disputes. The benefits of arbitration include relative speed, privacy, and party autonomy in selection of their umpire.
15 Jun 2021
It has now become commercially trendy in Nigeria for parties to an agreement to comfortably include clauses in their contracts, for the determination of any disputes emanating from the contract by arbitration
1 Jun 2021
Arbitration is the most common and most preferred means of resolving international commercial disputes. The benefits of arbitration include relative speed, privacy, and party autonomy in selection of their umpire. The beneficiary of an Arbitration Award expects that it should be complied with; in the event that it is not, there is resort to the…
27 Oct 2020
The Deputy Vice-Chancellor, Academic, Research, Innovation and Strategic Partnerships (ARISP), Afe Babalola University, Ado Ekiti, Prof. Damilola Olawuyi, has called on stakeholders in the justice sector to urgently develop a national policy that would maximise the full value of the practice of arbitration in the country. Olawuyi, a professor of law and Vice-Chair of the International Law…
25 Feb 2020
Nigeria generates a significant volume of commercial transactions, both domestic and international with about 80 percent of these transactions originating and or terminating in the country, especially Lagos, Port Harcourt, Kano and others.
6 Nov 2019
The Chartered Institute of Arbitrators Nigeria Branch (CIArb) has sought ways to identify challenges and proffer solutions to the advancement of arbitration in Africa.
26 Apr 2019
Construction is very expensive business. BusinessNews, an online publication, estimated in its 2015 report that construction projects worth N700 billion would be delivered by 2018. Some of these projects include the Nestoil Towers, Civic Towers and the British America Tobacco (BAT) building- mostly commercial office space on Lagos Island which have been indeed delivered. In…
27 Mar 2018
An associate counsel at the law firm of Wole Olanipekun & Co., Omolade Adeyemi has emphasized on the importance of arbitration, which serves as a dispute resolution mechanism in energy sector.    According to her, a dispute that is arbitrable or not must be determined. She said one of the things to determine is whether…
14 Jun 2016
She stressed that Nigeria as Africa economic hub has a lot to gain with the calibre of interests already shown our economy.

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