CLRNN Events: First Quarter 2022

CLRNN has several events outlined for the first quarter of 2022, both on the main and Spotlight platforms. Details of these events, as well as registr...

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Reflections on the Arbitration Academy (2021): ICSID Arbitration Practice

by Ugochi Nwosu In this blog, Ugochi, an Early Career Researcher, sets out her reflections on the insights she obtained from her training at the Arbit...

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The Nigerian Draft Insolvency Regulations 2022: Critical Considerations

Introduction to the Draft Insolvency Regulations 2022 The reformed Companies and Allied Matters Act 2020 (CAMA 2020), which was signed into law on 7th...

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Assessing the Statutory Regulation of Unfair Contract Terms under the Nigerian Federal Competition and Consumer Protection Act.

by Nwanneka Ezechukwu Introduction In 2018, the Federal Competition and Consumer Protection Act (“the Act”)was signed into law. The Act was considered...

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Consumer Protection in Ghana: Oversight, Enforcement and Recommendations

Commercial Law Research Network Nigeria (CLRNN) interviews Dr Nuhu Yidana, expert in consumer and commercial law. In this interview, he provides an ov...

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Insolvency Law Reform: The African Experience – Part I

Introduction In this two-part series, Ikenna Ikeyi, early career researcher, commences the examination of insolvency law reforms in Eastern and Wester...

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Progressive Corporate Rescue in Emerging Economies: The Nigerian Experience

Overview As has been stated elsewhere, the enactment of the Companies and Allied Matters Act (CAMA) 1990 was heralded in Nigeria as landmark company l...

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Legislating a Corporate Rescue Culture: Understanding Ghana’s New Reforms

by Kenneth Ghartey Overview This blog discusses the recent reforms to the corporate insolvency and restructuring law of Ghana. It considers whether th...

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A Call to Reinvigorate Corporate Rescue in Uganda as an Emerging Economy

by Hamiisi J. Nsubuga  Background When the Ugandan government commissioned the Uganda Law Reform Commission (ULRC) to review and make recommendations ...

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CLRNN in Conversation with Prof Paul Idornigie SAN III:

In the third and final conversation of the series, we examine the processes that have led to the modernisation of the commercial sector of Nigeria. Th...

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