Kenyan courts have had occasion to determine disputes arising from awards rendered by arbitral tribunals. The principal issue that arises for those who are considering or have chosen arbitration as a dispute resolution mechanism center on efficiency of the process and justification of the costs associated with it. We look at key aspects on which Kenyan courts have provided definitive positions.
- April 26, 2023
The Show Must Go…
Parties who agree to arbitration as a dispute resolution mechanism are, in principle, bound by this election. Once a dispute arises and a claimant commences arbitration proceedings against a respondent,…Read more
- April 12, 2023
Diversity in Arbitral Tribunals:…
The Importance of Diversity For a long time, we have looked at the issue of diversity in gender in arbitration as being a clamor for enhanced gender representation. Undoubtedly, progress…Read more