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Streamsowers & Köhn, an award winning multi-practice law firm in Nigeria is producing a 3-part webinar series in collaboration with Chambers & Partners, the largest independent legal data and analytics firm in the world and produces international rankings for the legal industry globally.
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Date: 26/05/2021 | Time: 11:00 AM WAT/GMT+1
Generally, Data is non-competitve. Its collection by one company does not impact on the ability of another to collect data. Same could be said for the processing of collected data. However, the exclusive access to such data have in recent times been seen to erect barriers to entry and/or negatively impact competition. Thus, it may become necessary for competition law to intervene to assess the extent to which access to data on an exclusive basis plays a role in the competitive process.
In this webinar, we will discuss and present stakeholders’ perspective on whether exclusive data exploitation can harm competition in data-driven markets and, conversely whether the rules of data processing can act to constrain an anti-competitive conduct arising from exclusive data exploitation.
Date: 31/03/2021 | Time: 11:00 AM WAT/GMT+1
The webinar will introduce clear implications of the key provisions of the Petroleum Industry Bill (PIB) on the current regime. The speakers will share their thoughts on how best to approach the transition from the current framework to the new framework contemplated by the Bill, prioritising the commercial implications of the PIB for all stakeholders.
Date: 28/04/2021 | Time: 11:00 AM WAT/GMT+1
Although arbitration has long been recognised globally as a more business-like means of resolving commercial disputes over the courts, especially where the contracting parties are from different jurisdictions, arbitration in Nigeria is just witnessing a resurgence as the preferred means of resolving commercial disputes. There is still a lot of skepticism on Nigeria’s credentials as a preferred international arbitration venue given the perceived inadequacy in the extant laws.
The webinar will discuss the bill currently pending before the National Assembly, which is aimed at correcting the inadequacies of the extant Arbitration and Conciliation Act. During this webinar, our speakers will deep dive into the different ways to enforce arbitration awards, the challenges as well as possible solutions.