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Have a Dispute? Why you should strongly consider mediation The first human who hurled an insult instead of a stone was the founder of civilisation. Sigmund Freud—Austrian neurologist (1856 – 1939). The statement spotlights the role of discussion, heated or not, in the resolution of disputes. Mediation is one of many forms of Alternative Dispute […]
The Bill of Rights in the Constitution of Kenya recognises the right to equality and freedom from discrimination and provides that no person including the State shall discriminate, directly or indirectly, against any person on any ground including race, sex, pregnancy, marital status, health status, ethnic or social origin, colour, age, disability, religion, conscience, belief, […]
In February, 2017, the Employment and Labour Relations Court delivered a judgment in which it determined that the procedure employed by the Kenya Police Force in dismissing Sergeant Emmanuel Nyiro Chai from service was unconstitutional and a breach of his right to fair administrative action. The claimant faced a disciplinary charge containing the alleged offence […]
Documents – only procedures are allowed by most arbitration institution rules. In ad hoc arbitrations, the parties may invoke rules which allow for documents only procedures or opt for this procedure in exercise of party autonomy. As the name suggests, a documents-only procedure in arbitration allows the arbitrator, with the consent of the parties, to […]
In Tales of Beedle the Bard, arguably one of J. K. Rowling’s lesser known literally works, is the short yet powerful line, “Death comes for us all in the end”. Differently put, death is a reality of life. Happens to the best and worst of us. A force of nature so powerful and final in its result, […]