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International Arbitration and Corporate Law: An OHADA Practice

International Arbitration and Corporate Law: An OHADA Practice
  • Year of publication 2013
  • 488 pages
Author:Benoit le Bars
Category: Law Business and Commercial Law
Icon_printbook 978‐94‐6236‐095‐2 | paperback | 1st edition | € 46.00 / $ 62.10 / £ 48.76
Icon_ebook 978‐94‐6094‐866‐4 | ebook | € 46.99 / $ 63.43 / £ 49.80

This book is an updated edition of Benoit Le Bars’ book Pratique du droit des sociétés en droit de l’OHADA. The OHADA treaty (Organisation pour l’Harmonisation en Afrique du Droit des Affaires/ Organization for the Harmonization of Business Law in Africa) covers 17 African States – mostly former French colonies from West and Central Africa – that largely followed the French legal model. It is a welcome addition for non-French speakers interested in arbitration and corporate law in the OHADA countries. The book will be of particular interest to readers from the English common law background and those who seek to understand the legal system in the OHADA countries in a more detailed and practical way. It will also appeal to investors, attorneys and law students interested in the subject.

Target group

The book will be of particular benefit to readers from the English common law background and those who need to understand the legal system in the OHADA countries in a more detailed and practical way. It will be of particular interest to the legal practitioner, law student and investor as well.

Author's information

Benoit Le Bars specializes in international arbitration, corporate law, and the law of OHADA. In addition to his work as counsel, he serves as president, sole arbitrator or co-arbitrator in a wide range of complex international arbitrations (notably ICC, CCJA, and UNCITRAL). His in-depth knowledge of OHADA law, as well as his passion for Africa, led him to launch a magazine focused on African corporate law (MIDAA), and to organize an annual conference for those doing business in Africa (RIDAA).

Association for International Arbitration (AIA)

review by Olivia Staines as it appeared in the newsletter of February 2014

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