Dr Chrispas Nyombi


NameDr Chrispas Nyombi
Job titleReader in International Commercial Law
Research instituteSchool of Law, Criminal Justice and Policing

Research outputs

The international investment policy of the intergovernmental authority on development member states: the Republic of Uganda

Nyombi, C. 2019. The international investment policy of the intergovernmental authority on development member states: the Republic of Uganda. London Wildy, Simmonds & Hill Publishing.

Towards a new world economic order: proposal for a world investment court

Nyombi, C. and Mortimer, T. 2019. Towards a new world economic order: proposal for a world investment court. Journal of Business Law. 2019 (3), pp. 200-222.

Intellectual property as investment: an impossible mediation of conflicting interests?

Nanayakkara, G. 2018. Intellectual property as investment: an impossible mediation of conflicting interests? in: Mortimer, T. and Nyombi, C. (ed.) Rebalancing International Investment Agreements in Favour of Host States Wildly, Simmonds & Hill Publishing. pp. 289-313

Rebalancing double tax treaties in favour of African states

Onyejekwe, C. 2018. Rebalancing double tax treaties in favour of African states. in: Mortimer, T. and Nyombi, C. (ed.) Rebalancing International Investment Agreements in Favour of Host States United Kingdom Wildy, Simmonds and Hill Publishing. pp. 177-192

Public international law and international investment

Ramsundar, N. 2018. Public international law and international investment. in: Nyombi, C. and Mortimer, T. (ed.) Re-balancing International Investment Agreements in Favour of Host States London Wildy, Simmonds and Hill Publishing. pp. 268-295

Rebalancing international investment agreements in favour of host states

Mortimer, T. and Nyombi, C. 2018. Rebalancing international investment agreements in favour of host states. Wildy, Simmonds and Hill Publishing.

The turf war between the European Commission and Intra-EU BITs: is an end in sight

Nyombi, C. and Mortimer, T. 2018. The turf war between the European Commission and Intra-EU BITs: is an end in sight. International Arbitration Law Review. 21 (3), pp. 66-79.

Towards a new International economic order: proposal for a Pan-African investment court

Nyombi, C. 2018. Towards a new International economic order: proposal for a Pan-African investment court. in: Onyema, E. (ed.) Rethinking the Role of African National Courts in Arbitration Kluwer Law International.

Rights and obligations in the post-investment treaty denunciation period

Nyombi, C. and Mortimer, T. 2018. Rights and obligations in the post-investment treaty denunciation period. International Arbitration Law Review. 21 (2), pp. 46-53.

A case for a regional investment court for Africa

Nyombi, C. 2018. A case for a regional investment court for Africa. North Carolina Journal of International Law and Commercial Regulation. 43 (3), pp. 66-109.

Takeover regulation in the UK and shareholder primacy: what, why and how to reform?

Nyombi, C. and Mortimer, T. 2018. Takeover regulation in the UK and shareholder primacy: what, why and how to reform? International Trade Law & Regulation. 24 (2), pp. 62-80.

Proposal for an appeals tribunal in international investment arbitration

Nyombi, C., Mortimer, T. and Moses, D. 2017. Proposal for an appeals tribunal in international investment arbitration. International Company and Commercial Law Review.

The Morocco-Nigeria BIT: towards a new generation of intra-African BITs

Nyombi, C., Mortimer, T. and Ramsundar, N. 2018. The Morocco-Nigeria BIT: towards a new generation of intra-African BITs. International Company and Commercial Law Review. 29 (2), pp. 69-80.

Regulating multinational corporations: What are the limitations in existing international initiatives?

Nyombi, C. and Mortimer, T. 2017. Regulating multinational corporations: What are the limitations in existing international initiatives? International Trade Law & Regulation. 24 (1).

Replacing lis pendens with forum non conveniens: a viable solution to tactical litigation in the EU?

Nyombi, C. and Oruaze Dickson, M. 2017. Replacing lis pendens with forum non conveniens: a viable solution to tactical litigation in the EU? European Competition Law Review. 38 (11), pp. 491-500.

Is a multilateral treaty on business and human rights justified?

Nyombi, C. and Mortimer, T. 2017. Is a multilateral treaty on business and human rights justified? International Trade Law & Regulation. 23 (4), pp. 126-136.

UK takeover law and the board neutrality rule

Nyombi, C. 2017. UK takeover law and the board neutrality rule. UK Wildy, Simmonds and Hill Publishing.

Protection of foreign investment in the post-1945 era and the impact of subsequent reforms

Nyombi, C. and Mortimer, T. 2017. Protection of foreign investment in the post-1945 era and the impact of subsequent reforms. International Business Law Journal. 2017 (2), pp. 149-169.

The practicalities of delocalisation in international commercial arbitration

Nyombi, C. and Mortimer, T. 2017. The practicalities of delocalisation in international commercial arbitration. International Business Law Journal.

Tackling the legitimacy crisis in international investment law through progressive treaty-making practices

Nyombi, C. and Mortimer, T. 2017. Tackling the legitimacy crisis in international investment law through progressive treaty-making practices. International Arbitration Law Review. 5, pp. 162-174.

Tactical litigation in the post-Recast Brussels Regulation era

Nyombi, C. and Oruaze Dickson, M. 2017. Tactical litigation in the post-Recast Brussels Regulation era. European Competition Law Review. 38 (10), pp. 457-469.

Rationalising the defences to enforcement under the New York Convention 1958

Nyombi, C. and Siliafis, K. 2017. Rationalising the defences to enforcement under the New York Convention 1958. Asper Review of International Business and Trade Law. 17 (1), pp. 110-129.

TTIP negotiations in the shadow of human rights and democratic values

Nyombi, C., Yiannaros, A. and Stanford, B. 2016. TTIP negotiations in the shadow of human rights and democratic values. International Company and Commercial Law Review. 27 (9), pp. 316-322.

Delocalisation in international commercial arbitration: a theory in need of practical application

Nyombi, C. and Saghir, Z. 2016. Delocalisation in international commercial arbitration: a theory in need of practical application. International Company and Commercial Law Review. 27 (8), pp. 269-276.

Corporate personality, human rights and multinational corporations

Nyombi, C., Yiannaros, A. and Lewis, R. 2016. Corporate personality, human rights and multinational corporations. International Company and Commercial Law Review. 27 (7), pp. 234-251.

The remnants of the Calvo Doctrine

Nyombi, C. 2016. The remnants of the Calvo Doctrine. International Company and Commercial Law Review. 27 (2), pp. 48-56.

EU reform of international investment law in the shadow of Brexit

Nyombi, C. 2016. EU reform of international investment law in the shadow of Brexit. International Company and Commercial Law Review. 27 (12), pp. 395-403.

International business and human rights: is it time for hard law?

Nyombi, C. 2016. International business and human rights: is it time for hard law? International Company and Commercial Law Review. 27 (10), pp. 343-350.

Recognition of anti-suit injunctions in Civil and Common Law jurisdictions

Nyombi, C. and Obesi, M. 2015. Recognition of anti-suit injunctions in Civil and Common Law jurisdictions. European Competition Law Review. 36 (11), pp. 473-483.

Ethnic conflict in Uganda’s political History

Nyombi, C. and Kaddu, R. 2015. Ethnic conflict in Uganda’s political History. SSRN. https://doi.org/10.2139/ssrn.2645055

Protection of foreign investment pre-1945 and the impact of subsequent reforms

Nyombi, C. 2015. Protection of foreign investment pre-1945 and the impact of subsequent reforms. International Business Law Journal. 2015 (5), pp. 419-431.

Enforcement of anti-suit injunctions

Nyombi, C. and Obesi, M. 2015. Enforcement of anti-suit injunctions. European Competition Law Review. 36 (12), pp. 513-525.

The development of corporate rescue laws in Uganda and the UK

Nyombi, C. 2015. The development of corporate rescue laws in Uganda and the UK. International Journal of Law and Management. 57 (2), pp. 174-201. https://doi.org/10.1108/IJLMA-03-2013-0009

Shareholder primacy and stakeholders' interests in the aftermath of a takeover: a review of empirical evidence

Nyombi, C., Mortimer, T. and Lewis, R. 2015. Shareholder primacy and stakeholders' interests in the aftermath of a takeover: a review of empirical evidence. International Business Law Journal.

Investor-state compensation in the shadow of the Hull Formula

Nyombi, C. 2015. Investor-state compensation in the shadow of the Hull Formula. International Company and Commercial Law Review. 26 (12), pp. 377-386.

A response to the challenges posed by the binary divide between employee and self-employed

Nyombi, C. 2015. A response to the challenges posed by the binary divide between employee and self-employed. International Journal of Law and Management. 57 (1), pp. 3-16. https://doi.org/10.1108/IJLMA-03-2013-0012

A critique of shareholder primacy under UK takeover law and the continued imposition of the Board Neutrality Rule

Nyombi, C. 2015. A critique of shareholder primacy under UK takeover law and the continued imposition of the Board Neutrality Rule. International Journal of Law and Management. 57 (4), pp. 234-264. https://doi.org/10.1108/IJLMA-12-2012-0042

A critique of the Uganda Mental Health Treatment Act, 1964

Nyombi, C., Kibandama, A. and Kaddu, R. 2014. A critique of the Uganda Mental Health Treatment Act, 1964. Mental Health Law & Policy Journal. 3 (1), pp. 505-526.

Italian torpedoes in the shadow of the Recast Brussels Regulation 2012

Nyombi, C., Mortimer, T. and Lewis, R. 2014. Italian torpedoes in the shadow of the Recast Brussels Regulation 2012. European Competition Law Review. 36 (6), pp. 263-268.

Corporate personality: the Achilles' heel of executive remuneration policy

Nyombi, C. 2014. Corporate personality: the Achilles' heel of executive remuneration policy. International Journal of Law and Management. 56 (3), pp. 184-196. https://doi.org/10.1108/IJLMA-05-2012-0017

The gradual erosion of the ultra vires doctrine in English company law

Nyombi, C. 2014. The gradual erosion of the ultra vires doctrine in English company law. International Journal of Law and Management. 56 (5), pp. 347-362. https://doi.org/10.1108/IJLMA-08-2012-0027

Access to employment by persons with disabilities in Uganda

Nyombi, C. and Kibandama, A. 2014. Access to employment by persons with disabilities in Uganda. Labor Law Journal. 65 (4), pp. 248-258.

The motivations behind the Uganda Insolvency Act 2011

Nyombi, C., Kibandama, A. and Bakibinga, D. 2014. The motivations behind the Uganda Insolvency Act 2011. Journal of Business Law. 8, pp. 651-666.

Lifting the veil of incorporation under common law and statute

Nyombi, C. 2014. Lifting the veil of incorporation under common law and statute. International Journal of Law and Management. 56 (1), pp. 66-81. https://doi.org/10.1108/IJLMA-03-2013-0011

Corporate personality: the unjust foundation of English company law

Nyombi, C. and Bakibinga, D. 2014. Corporate personality: the unjust foundation of English company law. Kluwer Labor Law Journal. 65 (2), pp. 94-103.

Principles of Company law in Uganda

Nyombi, C. and Kibandama, A. 2014. Principles of Company law in Uganda. Nairobi, Kenya Law Africa.
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