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The Nigerian Arbitration and Mediation Bill 2022: The dawn of a new era? by Stanley U. Nweke-Eze

On 10 May 2022, the Nigerian Senate passed the Arbitration and Mediation Bill 2022 (the “B...

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An Overview of the Attitude of Sudanese Public Policy towards International Commercial Arbitration by Dr Salah Abdelkadir Jebarah – Wolverhampton University

To give a single definition of public policy is difficult. In as much as public policy is ...

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An Arbitrator’s Duty to Disclose Conflict of Interest: Revisiting Global Gas and Refinery Limited v Shell Petroleum Development Company by Omonigho Oyoma Brown

Introduction The hallmark of arbitration is the neutrality of the process and the twin pil...

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On the Far End of the Trail of Tears was a Promise: Africa and Traditional Knowledge Protection By Abayomi Okubote

Introduction  Many will recall the historic ruling of Justice Neil Gorsuch in McGirt v. Ok...

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National Arbitration Policy in Nigeria: Looking Beyond the Trappings of Interventionism By Abayomi Okubote

Recently, stakeholders in the Arbitration Community published a Joint Memorandum (Memo) in...

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Arbitration Finance in the Aftermath of a Pandemic: Third-Party Funding as the Magic Bullet By Abayomi Okubote

ABSTRACT The economic shockwaves of the Covid-19 pandemic is profound, and its impact is b...

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Is Sudan still a Contracting State Member of the New York Convention or not?- Salah Jebarah

The issue of Sudan’s accession to the Convention on the Recognition and Enforcement ...

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Virtual Hearings in Arbitration: The Way Forward or Not? – By Stanley U. Nweke-Eze

The emergence of the Coronavirus pandemic (COVID-19) has resulted in a full or ‘near-full’...

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Advancing the Abdel Wahab’s Pandemic Pathway: Arbitral Justice as an Interposition Between the Twin Duties of Fairness and Efficiency – By Abayomi Okubote

In response to a query “whether an arbitral tribunal can order virtual proceedings where a...

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Force majeure and the protection of international contractors in Libya by Leonardo Carpentieri

Leonardo Carpentieri[1]   Introduction The deteriorating political situation in Libya...

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