Lalive and Boies Schiller secure $109m arbitration award against Tanzania

Tanzania loses ICSID minining arbitration as tribunal finds expropriation claims proven

  • 11mos

ATZ Law Chambers rebrands

Chambers rebrand to become A&K Tanzania and expands leadership team.

  • 5yrs

ATZ Law Chambers rebrands to A&K Tanzania

Anjarwalla & Khanna (A&K) in Tanzania has taken over the practice of ATZ Law Chambers and expanded its leadership team.

  • 5yrs

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.

Andersen Global announces fifth African location in Tanzania

Andersen Global is collaborating with Tanzanian legal and tax firm East African Law Chambers in a move which sees the association's fifth location in Africa.

  • 6yrs

Pan-African firm Bowmans opens new office in Tanzania

Bowmans is deepening its East African footprint with a new offering in Dar es Salaam.

  • 7yrs

Tanzanian lawyers must show 'high levels of integrity'

Tanzanian lawyers must honour the ethics of their trade, a former Minister of Home Affairs says.

  • 9yrs

Tanzania firm translates law texts to promote rights

A Dar es Salaam law firm has translated a range of legal texts into English and Kiswahili in order to help Tanzanians understand their legal rights.

  • 10yrs

Tanzania: The EPCA comes under scrutiny

Criticism from foreign companies over Tanzania's listing rules is one of the side effects of the EPCA Act. Shamiza Ratansi of Adept Chambers discusses the implications.

  • 10yrs

Tanzanian regulators call the shots in bid process

Two of the world's largest energy traders have fallen foul of regulations in Tanzania which prohibited them from collaborating while bidding separately for an oil import contract.

  • 11yrs

Norton Rose touches down in Tanzania

London-founded international law firm Norton Rose has boosted its African presence with the opening of a Tanzania outpost in the country's largest city Dar es Salaam.

  • 11yrs

Lawyers failing poor, African justice minister claims

A Tanzanian government minister has criticised the legal profession for not providing services in poorer areas of the country.

  • 11yrs