Tag Archives: Organisation pour l’harmonisation en Afrique du droit des Affaires (OHADA)

ARBITRATION IN AFRICA – QUO VADIS? AFRICARB LAUNCHES IN PARIS

Announced during Paris Arbitration Week, AfricArb held its launch event in Paris on 14 June 2018. Dr Gregory Travaini, Senior Associate in Herbert Smith Freehills’ Hong Kong office, and co-founder of AfricArb, reports. AfricArb is a non-profit organisation of young … Continue reading

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Filed under Africa, UNCITRAL Model Law

OHADA CCJA court annuls €38 million arbitral award against Guinea

In a highly unusual decision, the Cour Commune de Justice et d'Arbitrage (CCJA), the court created by the Organisation pour l'Harmonisation en Afrique du Droit des Affaires (the Organisation for the Harmonisation of Commercial Law in Africa or OHADA) Treaty, … Continue reading

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Arbitration in Africa: Recent developments

The Court of Appeal of the Lagos Judicial Division recently issued a pro-arbitration decision holding that courts may only intervene in arbitral proceedings where specifically permitted by Nigeria’s arbitration law and set aside an injunction obtained ex parte by Nigeria’s … Continue reading

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Herbert Smith Freehills launches ground-breaking Guide to Dispute Resolution in Africa

On 19 March 2013, at a seminar in London attended by over 150 delegates, specialists from across our award-winning Africa practice addressed latest trends, practical workarounds and handling risk in Africa. At the event, Herbert Smith Freehills launched its groundbreaking … Continue reading

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