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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

20 Lessons From 5 Years of Legal Practice

20 Lessons From 5 Years of Legal Practice

Frederick Gurah Sampson- December 21, 2020

The lawyering journey starts on the day one is called to the Bar. The day of the Call is therefore an important day in the ... Read More

Stealing from Your Own Company: The Defence of Consent in Criminal Prosecution of Controllers of Collapsed Companies.

Stealing from Your Own Company: The Defence of Consent in Criminal Prosecution of Controllers of Collapsed Companies.

Joseph Kwadwo Konadu- November 4, 2020

1.Introduction It is trite that companies are separate from their shareholders, directors and key management personnel (“controllers”). A company’s property does not belong to its ... Read More

Board of Governors, Achimota School vrs Nii Ako Nortei II & 2 Ors: A Case Of Judicial Sympathy Elevated to Principle of Law?

Board of Governors, Achimota School vrs Nii Ako Nortei II & 2 Ors: A Case Of Judicial Sympathy Elevated to Principle of Law?

Ghana Law Hub- October 12, 2020

By: Isaac Kwadwo Ankah (Associate, A-Partners@Law)   “…The justice to be dispensed is justice within the law and not one of sympathy. Judicial sympathy, however ... Read More

Non-Wearing of Face Masks in Ghana: Is it a Criminal Offence or Administrative Directive?

Non-Wearing of Face Masks in Ghana: Is it a Criminal Offence or Administrative Directive?

Ghana Law Hub- July 10, 2020

By: John Kwesi Hagan Jnr On Wednesday, March 11, 2020, the Director-General of the World Health Organisation declared the Coronavirus disease (COVID-19) a pandemic. The ... Read More

Leveraging Covid-19 To Deliver Technology-Based Learning Into The Future

Leveraging Covid-19 To Deliver Technology-Based Learning Into The Future

African Centre on Law and Ethics -GIMPA- July 8, 2020

On Wednesday, 3rd June 2020, Kojo Bentsi-Enchill Esq., Founder and Retired Senior Partner of Bentsi- Enchill, Letsa & Ankomah, delivered via Zoom, the fifth edition of ... Read More

Security Without Security – Lessons For Banks, And Similar Institutions (2)

Security Without Security – Lessons For Banks, And Similar Institutions (2)

Frederick Gurah Sampson- July 1, 2020

Under the Lands Registry In addition to registration under the Companies Act and Borrowers and Lenders Act, any security created over landed or immovable property ... Read More

International Trade And Investment Relations After The Pandemic: Africa Rising?

International Trade And Investment Relations After The Pandemic: Africa Rising?

African Centre on Law and Ethics -GIMPA- June 10, 2020

On Wednesday, 27th May 2020, Dr. Alex Ansong, Senior Lecturer and Head of Public Law Department at the GIMPA Faculty of Law, delivered via Zoom, ... Read More

The Meaning Of ‘Judiciary’ in Articles 126(1), 127(4) And (5) Of the Constitution 1992: A Critique of Judicial Service Association Of Ghana v. Attorney-General & Ors

The Meaning Of ‘Judiciary’ in Articles 126(1), 127(4) And (5) Of the Constitution 1992: A Critique of Judicial Service Association Of Ghana v. Attorney-General & Ors

Derick Adu-Gyamfi- June 1, 2020

Introduction The venerable Lord Denning in his seminal book, the Closing Chapter, Butterworth’s, 1983 at page 93 on the legislative approach or purposive approach in the ... Read More