Author: Kwesi Papa Owusu-Ankomah

Kwesi Papa Owusu-AnkomahThe author is a disputes lawyer with a keen interest in commercial matters and alternative dispute resolution mechanisms. His practice comprises contractual, employment, insolvency, and intellectual property disputes with particular emphasis on arbitration and mediation. He has acted for local and international clients in cross border disputes in a variety of industries including automobiles, financial institutions, broadcasting and media, pharmaceuticals, manufacturing, food and beverage, insurance as well as energy (electricity, petroleum upstream and downstream sectors). He is dual-qualified, called to the bar in England and Wales, and in Ghana.

Contractual Damages: What to and Not to Claim and How to Get Through

Contractual Damages: What to and Not to Claim and How to Get Through

Kwesi Papa Owusu-Ankomah- April 20, 2021

So you’ve been wronged. You’re sure of that. Your lawyer agrees with you. You’re now excited, you’re about to get revenge and you want all ... Read More

COVID-19 And Force Majeure Clauses – Scaling the Hurdle

COVID-19 And Force Majeure Clauses – Scaling the Hurdle

Kwesi Papa Owusu-Ankomah- February 27, 2021

Introduction  Ever so often, commercial persons have concerned themselves with what they consider the operative parts of contracts they enter into. Typically, boilerplate clauses which ... Read More

Performance Bonds – Safe Haven or  Myth of Security?

Performance Bonds – Safe Haven or Myth of Security?

Kwesi Papa Owusu-Ankomah- November 10, 2020

Introduction For many years performance bonds and bank guarantees (“Bonds”) have been an integral part of transactions in the world of commerce and the construction ... Read More