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Hogan Lovells snares ENS tax and China specialist

4-Jul-2014 | By Joanne Harris

Hogan Lovells has made its second South African lateral hire since its launch in the jurisdiction, picking up ENSafrica China group head Ernie Lai King.

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Liberalisation kicks off in Kenya

24-Jun-2014 | By Joanne Harris

 Kenya could be the next big target for international firms wanting to grow in Africa.

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Kenya's Hamilton Harrison and Oraro & Co to merge

24-Jun-2014 | By Joanne Harris

Kenyan firms Hamilton Harrison & Matthews (HHM) and Oraro & Company have announced they are to merge, pending regulatory approval.

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Skadden picks up new client via Mota-Engil Africa LSE listing

19-Jun-2014 | By Lucy Burton

Skadden Arps Slate Meagher & Flom and Linklaters have scooped key roles advising on industrial conglomerate Mota-Engil Africa’s proposed IPO on the London Stock Exchange.

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Clydes to face whistle-blowing claim after Supreme Court holds LLP members are protected

21-May-2014 | By Hannah Gannagé-Stewart

The Supreme Court has ruled that LLP members are protected by whistle-blowing legislation paving the way for the first whistle-blowing case against a law firm.

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Dentons ties up with South African associate firm to launch in Cape Town

9-Apr-2014 | By Joanne Harris

Dentons is tying up with South African associate firm KapdiTwala to launch its own offices in South Africa.

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East Africa: Triumvirate of power

23-Jun-2014 | By Joanne Harris

East Africa is a buoyant and increasingly integrated region, with oil and gas driving its future. Meanwhile, a liberalised legal market is emerging

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Nigeria: Crowned glory

16-Jun-2014 | By Margaret Taylor

A rebasing has elevated Nigeria as the top African economy and brought to light new business potential

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Africa Opinion

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Libya sets out pathway to democracy

5-Sep-2011

The Libyan transitional constitution is a giant step forward, say Philip Wood and Camille Astier

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Dispatches from Africa

23-Apr-2009

A personal account of South Africa’s 4th Democratic Election Johannesburg

White & Case’s canny African move could prove a catalyst

13 April 2009 | By Margaret Taylor

WHITE & Case’s decision to deploy a number of London-based lawyers in Africa is a useful way of dealing with some of its issues in the City, but it is also a good strategy in a wider context.

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