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COVID-19 and the right to work

COVID-19 and the right to work

The purpose of this note is to (i) shed light on the content of this ordinance, and (ii) analyse how it restricts the power of employers to dismiss or to suspend employment contracts in Senegal, as outlined in the Labor Code.

Mouhamed Kebe featured in international arbitration textbook

Managing Partner Mouhamed Kebe was several world-renowned academics and practitioners featured in an international arbitration textbook. In his contribution, Kebe explores the new trends in the extractive industries, some of the most important industries on the continent, and how these trends have resulted in a more hybrid, supranational system of law resolving investment-related disputes. 

Resolving infrastructure and energy disputes in sub-Saharan Africa

Africa has the world’s lowest use per capita of modern energy. The need for infrastructure buildings and projects are higher than in any other region in the world, and therefore the energy and infrastructure sectors are of paramount importance given their key role for economic and social growth.

Legal 500 recognizes Geni & Kebe

Geni & Kebe, a member of the DLA Piper Africa group, has been recognized once again as a Tier 1 leading law firm by the Legal 500.