INTERNATIONAL COMPARATIVE LEGAL GUIDE ON INVESTOR-STATE ARBITRATION (2024)

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We are excited to announce the release of the International Comparative Legal Guide on Investor-State Arbitration (2024), published by the Global Legal Group.

Our law firm is delighted to have contributed the Nigeria chapter, which covers key insights and analysis on the legal and regulatory framework, general principles and judicial attitude towards investor-state Arbitration in Nigeria, offering valuable perspectives and strategies for navigating this area of law in Nigeria.

We appreciate our dedicated team of contributors whose expertise and insights have enriched this guide:

  1. Babatunde Ajibade, SAN, Managing Partner, SPA Ajibade & Co;
  2. Kolawole Mayomi, Partner, SPA Ajibade & Co;
  3. Emmanuel Bassey, Senior Associate, SPA Ajibade & Co;
  4. Opeyemi Ojebode, Associate, SPA Ajibade & Co.

You can access the publication here: https://iclg.com/practice-areas/investor-state-arbitration-laws-and-regulations/nigeria

 

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