Africa/Libya

Blockchain consortium expands to Africa with Miranda Alliance

The Miranda Alliance has announced that it has joined the Global Legal Blockchain Consortium (GLBC) as its first African organization.

  • 5yrs

ICC commission targets arbitration growth in Africa

The ICC International Court of Arbitration (ICC) is to launch an Africa Commission to co-ordinate its growth and activity in Africa.

  • 5yrs

New study highlights critical role of corporate governance in Africa

Corporate governance improvements are linked to value creation in Africa, according to 2018 Africa Sustainability Study.

Clyde & Co shutters office in Libya

Insurance-focused firm Clyde & Co has closed its office in the Libyan capital of Tripoli.

  • 7yrs

Libya seeks to modernise ICT facilities

The country is looking to beef up its regulatory structure.

  • 10yrs

Lawyer leads anti-corruption drive in Libya

Ranked as the 172nd least honest country on the 177-long Corruptions Perceptions Index, Libya clearly has major problems - but the lawyer appointed to fight corruption is seen as having a better chance than most would.

  • 10yrs

Trace links up with Libyan US Chamber of Commerce

In a move to bolster business ties between Libya and the US, global anti-corruption organisation TRACE International and the American Chamber of Commerce in Libya have joined forces.

Foreign investors could face tougher rules in Libya

Libya is preparing to introduce new restrictions on foreign investors which are tighter than those of the Gaddafi regime.

  • 10yrs

Libyan lawyers demand cultural protection

A Libyan lawyers' association has called upon the country's government to find and bring to justice those responsible for the destruction of the Al-Andalusi Mausoleum in Tajoura.

  • 11yrs

Clyde & Co lines up Libya office

London head-quartered global law firm Clyde & Co has announced today that it is to open an office in Tripoli, the firm's fifth in the Middle East and North Africa region.

  • 11yrs

Freed ICC lawyer slams Libyans

The International Criminal Court defence lawyer recently freed from Libya has defended her actions in the country and asserted that her three-week detention proves that Moammar Gadhafi's son will not receive a fair trial in the jurisdiction.

  • 11yrs
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