Category: June 2009

June update

Trinity International LLP is pleased to announce that it has promoted Conrad Marais to the partnership, effective 1 May 2009. Conrad joined Trinity in early 2007 having practiced in Australia with international firm Allens Arthur Robinson in its Energy, Resources and Infrastructure and Corporate teams in Perth and Melbourne where he worked closely with key… Read more »

The Harmonisation of business law in Africa & its impact on investors

Introduction One of the greatest challenges for investors wishing to do business in Africa is the lack of legal certainty and rule of law which exists in many countries. Trinity has extensive experience in advising international investors on a range of issues across Africa and is thus familiar with the obstacles that arise in many… Read more »

Legalese – The Bribery bill

The UK Government recently stated the existing laws do not adequately deal with bribery and corruption and that “failure to modernise the law could tarnish the UK reputation and this could lead to potential economic losses to UK businesses”. Accordingly, on 25 March 2009 the Government published the Bribery Bill (the “Draft Bill”) aimed providing… Read more »