Volume 2 Issue 2 [April – June 2023]
In current times the majority of transactions take place in digital spaces. These days, everything can be bought online, from books to apartments. Nevertheless, there would inevitably be a rise in e-commerce conflicts as e-commerce transactions expand. However, the absence of an effective dispute resolution process in cyberspace would hinder the growth of electronic commerce. Therefore, it
The Farmer-Grazier Conflict is a perennial challenge in most African Communities, especially in sub-saharan African countries. In most sub-Saharan African countries, the farmers and graziers cohabit side by side and there’s no clear and distinct boundary between farmland and grazing land. This is the case in Mpundu-Balong village. A land that was used for grazing
Arbitration is the submission of a dispute to an unbiased third person designated by the parties to the controversy, who agree in advance to comply with the award – a decision to be issued after a hearing at which both parties have an opportunity to be heard. Religious communities in the U.S, like their counterparts
The application of arbitration agreements has increased with the growth of commercial interactions worldwide. There are debates on its application. One side allows the application of arbitration agreement because it reduces the burden to the court of law to resolve the disputes. The other side restricts its application to protect the weaker parties in society.
In 2001, the World Intellectual Property Organization Intergovernmental Committee (WIPO IGC) set out to create an international legislature for the regulation of traditional knowledge and genetic resources (TKaGR). More than two decades later, the legislative process is still inconclusive. One of the most significant indigenous problems this law would have addressed, is the scourge of