Georges Tadonki Still Awaiting Justice

This week my office has been abuzz with the news that our law firm won a pro bono award, but the first person I called was the client in said case, Dr. Georges Tadonki, who is still awaiting justice in the case. Despite the extremely strong 104-page ruling from the U.N. Dispute Tribunal in his […]

Robert Amsterdam’s Legal Team Honored with Global Pro Bono Dispute of 2013 by The American Lawyer

The American Lawyer magazine has honored Amsterdam & Partners LLP for his role in the Tadonki / UN case.

Zambia: The One-Party State Subsidy

The truth of the matter is that the fuel and maize subsidies have not actually been removed, but rather they have been transformed by the PF into the One-Party State Subsidy.

Nigeria’s Violence Hits Economy

From former Amb. John Campbell at the Council on Foreign Relations:  The incessant violence is starting to impact the Nigerian economy. While Lagos hustles along without regard to the bloodshed in other parts of the country, economic activity has dipped, as in Kano, Nigeria’s second largest city. Enterprises with exposure in northern Nigeria are seeing […]