is an associate at Addison Bright Sloane. His principal areas of interest include anti-corruption and bribery law, technology law, corporate law, and financial regulation. He has extensive experience in handling complex litigation and cross-border cases involving high-profile clients. He has also advised both domestic and international clients on anti-corruption, corporate governance, privacy, data protection and technology-related matters. Justice regularly advises on legal and regulatory requirements for business establishment and operations in Ghana. He is a member of the Ghana Bar Association and the Ghana Association of Restructuring and Insolvency Advisors (GARIA). He has contributed to publications on bribery and anti-corruption, data protection and fintech laws and regulation in Ghana.
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