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Private equity in Africa: context, opportunities, and risks

As Africa continues to attract attention from the investment community, private equity has provided an opportunity for those who want to both contribute to, and benefit from, the continent's growth story. This guide highlights important insights and pressing questions for private equity in Africa.

Law Firm: Allen & Overy | Published: 01 May 2015 | Practice Area: Corporate reorganisation

Unifying business law in Francophone Africa: a brief overview

This article provides a brief overview on Francophone Africa's investment opportunities and outlines how the Organisation for the Harmonisation of Business Law in Africa aims to unify business law throughout its member states and promote arbitration as a means of settling contractual disputes.

Law Firm: ENS (Edward Nathan Sonnenbergs) | Published: 31 May 2012 | Practice Area: Corporate Governance

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Into Africa: how law firms are at last taking the continent seriously

With Africa's fast-growing economy attracting record investment, international law firms are at last taking the continent seriously. Writing exclusively for Legal Week, Richard Lloyd reports Africa's decade of growth; the top five African M&A deals of 2011; and what next for African investment.

Law Firm: Legal Week | Published: 12 March 2012 | Practice Area: Central Government

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Developing safe and peaceful nuclear energy in the UAE: a model for GCC countries

The UAE has committed to constructing its very first nuclear power plant. This briefing covers the main framework developed to support the new nuclear industry in the UAE, including the creation of a regulatory body, collaboration with international entities and newly-introduced nuclear laws.

Law Firm: Habib Al Mulla & Company | Published: 03 January 2012 | Practice Area: Regulation and Enforcement

A guide to arbitration in the UAE

This guide to conducting arbitration in the UAE from Habib Al Mulla & Company covers the main points lawyers in the jurisdiction need to consider, including the presence of multilateral conventions, the key arbitral institutions and the requirements for an arbitration agreement.

Law Firm: Habib Al Mulla & Company | Published: 20 June 2011 | Practice Area: Arbitration

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UAE insolvency laws exist!

When times were good in the UAE there was seldom any reason for an insolvency case. It became widely believed that the UAE does not have an insolvency law. However; insolvency law does exist - and it’s quite sophisticated. This article discusses the UAE’s insolvency provisions and how they work.

Law Firm: Habib Al Mulla & Company | Published: 20 June 2011 | Practice Area: Conveyancing

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Litigation and Dispute Resolution review - Spring 2010

This extensive review from Allen & Overy covers all the latest developments in litigation and dispute resolution, including arbitration, conflict of laws, contracts, damages, disclosure, CPR changes and trusts.

Law Firm: Allen & Overy | Published: 11 May 2010 | Practice Area: Boilerplate

Rating: 9 people found this useful

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