We work with leading practitioners to provide comprehensive regional reviews – online and in print - that go deeper than our journalistic output is able. The Middle Eastern and African Arbitration Review 2019 contains exclusive insight and thought leadership, from the year just gone – straight from the desks of pre-eminent practitioners.
Across 15 chapters spanning 95 pages, the Review weaves the insight of 30 different leading figures from 16 different firms. All contributors are vetted for their standing and knowledge before being approached.
This year, The Middle Eastern and African Arbitration Review 2019 evaluates energy arbitrations in the Middle East; mining arbitrations in Africa; and how to approach expert evidence, including a full chapter on discounted cash flow.
Elsewhere, it reviews the options for investment arbitration against African states; the Voluntary Arbitration Law in Angola; plans to increase foreign direct investment in Mozambique; the enforcement of awards in Nigeria; and the UAE’s long awaited Federal Arbitration Law implementation, which is based on the Model Law.Published May 2019
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