Developing countries benefit from implementing simple, but effective registration systems for new companies entering the economy.
The ability to recover debts, one of the great concerns for any business owner, is a key step in creating a stable environment for all investors.
Plea bargaining, although not written into Equatorial Guinea’s constitution, is widely recognized and practiced and represents a valuable tool in the country’s legal system.
South Africa's mid- and downstream oil and gas industry is highly integrated and serves as a major employer and an economic driver for the country.
The “Mauritius Miracle” makes the small island country a prime place for investment, and also sets an example for other countries seeking a similar outcome.
The results of the US election will greatly impact African business.
Boasting the largest onshore oil discovery in sub-Saharan Africa in two decades, Uganda is at the forefront of oil exploration in East Africa.
The Africa Energy Frontiers series profiles Africa’s up-and-coming oil and gas nations.
This week, we publish our Africa Energy Frontiers guide to South Sudan. South Sudan is the world’s newest nation, having gained its independence from Sudan in 2011, and is a mature oil producer with great potential.
This week, we publish our Africa Energy Frontiers guide to Kenya. Kenya is on its way to becoming East Africa’s first oil producer.
Special Counsel Norman Nadorff has worked all over the world as an oil and gas attorney. In this week's video series, he provides tips for young attorneys in the energy industry.
Last month Centurion Special Counsel Norman Nadorff spoke at the NAPE Summit on how seemingly similar-looking agreements can differ across oil and gas jurisdictions.
Norman J. Nadorff, Centurion Special Counsel and Adjunct Professor of Law at the University of Texas Law School, counts the creation of the Oil and Gas LLM program at Agostinho Neto University as one of his career's highlights.
Centurion Law Group welcomed Special Counsel Norman J. Nadorff to the team in 2015. With over three decades in oil and gas law in Africa, Norman brings a unique experience to our firm.