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John M Ohaga

Senior Associate, Dispute Resolution

International Arbitration guide 2022

International Comparative Legal Guides-Kenya: International Arbitration 2022 Now Available

Read on the recent developments in international arbitration and how the Kenyan system is catching up with the Kenyan chapter of the International Comparative Legal Guides: International Arbitration 2022. Authored by Managing Partner John Ohaga and Senior Associate Isaac Kiche, the dispute resolution team experts use their extensive experience in local and cross-border arbitration proceedings …

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The Tax Disputes and Litigation Review 2022: Kenya Chapter Now Available

Read the Kenyan Chapter on the Tax Disputes and Litigation Review, 10th Edition, now available at https://thelawreviews.co.uk/title/the-tax-disputes-and-litigation-review/kenya The article is authored by Managing Partner John Ohaga, SC, Senior Associate Isaac Kiche and Senior Associate William Muthee.   Part of the Law Review Series, the Tax Disputes and Litigation Review provides an up- to-date insight into …

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international arbitration rules and regulations 2021

Now Available ICLG: International Arbitration 2021 Kenya Chapter 2021

Catch up with recent developments in the international arbitration space with the 2021 International Comparative Legal Guide: International Arbitration Laws and Regulations Kenya Chapter 2021. Authored by Managing Partner John M Ohaga and Senior, SC, CArb, FCIArb and Associate Isaac Kiche MCIArb, the team are known dispute resolution practitioners with a successful track record of …

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Now Available Chambers Litigation 2019 Second Edition Guide

Litigation Trends and Developments in Kenya “Kenya has experienced a paradigm shift following the promulgation of the Constitution of Kenya, 2010. In particular, Article 159 of the 2010 Constitution is now seen as the platform from which a seismic shift in the procedural approach to the decision-making process has flowed. In particular, this provision states …

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