Re-post Bulletin: Euro128m ICSID Award Annulled for Non Disclosure of a Relationship
Published on 13th June, 2020 by Wole Olufunwa
Euro128 million award is annulled, as ICSID Ad-hoc committee finds fault with arbitrator’s undisclosed relationship to claimants’ damages experts.
FSRUs for Africa’s Growing Energy Needs
Published on 10th April, 2018 by Mayen Ekong
A new-build FSRU typically costs between $240m – $300m and can be constructed in about 24 – 36 months. Conversions of LNG tankers to FSRUs typically cost $80m - $100m and can take up to 18 months to convert (due to long delivery times of equipment).
Further Signs of Mauritian Courts’ Support to Arbitration
Published on 13th September, 2017 by Ammar Oozeer
The recent decision in District Council of Rivière du Rempart v Alphamix Ltd and others [2017 SCJ 233] is the latest example of judicial support of the arbitral process.
Ambulance Chasing Investment Arbitration Lawyers Will Eye Africa
Published on 22nd July, 2017 by Wole Olufunwa
International Investment Arbitration claims otherwise known as ISDS (Investor-State Dispute Settlement) arbitration against, in particular, African developing states will no doubt offer greater appeal to ambulance chasers given the substantially larger sums at stake.