Addleshaw Goddard expert set to speak at arbitration conference in Nigeria
A north-west lawyer at Addleshaw Goddard is to speak at an international arbitration conference in Africa. Mark Molyneux will give his expertise and views on international arbitration at the three-day event in Lagos, Nigeria, this week.
The ESQ International Arbitration School 2013 conference is one of the biggest in Africa and is being held for corporate in-house counsel and arbitration lawyers on the continent.
The conference is being sponsored by Aluko and Oyebode, a commercial law firm in Nigeria and the relationship firm for Addleshaw Goddard in the region.
Molyneux, a partner based in the Manchester office of Addleshaw Goddard, will discuss areas including the management of disputes and preparing for an international arbitration.
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