22nd Feb 2024

CCJ Grants Jagdeo’s Appeal in Ferguson Libel Matter In a 29-page ruling handed down this afternoon, the Caribbean Court of Justice granted Vice President Bharrat Jagdeo’s appeal reversing the Court of Appeal’s rejection to hear his application for leave to… Read more

14th Dec 2022


2nd Dec 2022

London House Chambers represented the Government of Guyana  in a US$750 million sale of some of Guyana’s carbon credits to the Hess Corporation. The major deal between the government and the global energy giant, which was the first of its… Read more

1st Sep 2021

Source: Newsroom Prominent Attorney Devindra Kissoon was on Wednesday elected, unopposed and uncontested, as the new President of the American Chamber of Commerce (AMCHAM) Guyana. Also appointed during the Chamber’s Third Annual General Meeting (AGM) were Iman Cummings, Shyam Nokta… Read more

8th Aug 2021

7th Oct 2020

Source: NewsRoom Guyana’s Telecommunications Sector was formally liberalised on Monday with the Government issuing the Commencement Orders to fully bring into force the Telecommunications Act 2016 and the Public Utilities Commission Act 2016. Both laws were passed in the National… Read more

Source: NewsRoom Prominent Attorney-at-law Devindra Kissoon has been appointed to chair the board of Atlantic Hotels Incorporated, the company which was formed to oversee the operations of the Marriott Hotel, which was built using State funds under the PPP/C Government… Read more

29th Sep 2020

Source: NewsRoom A Washington based US firm, SEAF Caribbean SME Growth Fund has acquired majority ownership interest in Camex Restaurants Inc. in Guyana, which will enable the fast-food restaurant franchisee to push its growth and expansion plans. The transaction will… Read more

14th Aug 2020

Source: NewsRoom Chief Magistrate Ann McLennan moments ago dismissed the 19 fraud charges against President Irfaan Ali which were filed under the David Granger administration over the sale of state lands in “Pradoville 2”. The matter was previously called before… Read more

24th Jun 2020

Source: The St Kitts Nevis Observer THE Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ), on Tuesday, ordered the Guyana Elections Commission (GECOM) to halt the electoral process pending its decision on whether or not the Court of Appeal had jurisdiction to interpret… Read more

15th May 2020

Source: Kaieteur News On Wednesday, the Guyana Agricultural and General Workers Union (GAWU) started to distribute the remainder of their severance payments to the former cane-cutters of Wales Estate, West Bank Demerara. This is according to a statement issued by… Read more

25th Feb 2020

Source: NewsRoom In a scathing eight-page letter written to Dr. Jan Mangal, by Foreign Secretary Carl Greenidge, through leading commercial lawyer Devindra Kissoon of London House Chambers, Greenidge has accused Dr. Mangal of defamation and has threatened to sue him… Read more

2nd Feb 2020

Source: Kaieteur News On March 15, 2019, Justice Franklin Holder issued a judgment against Hong Kong Golden Telecom Limited (HKGT) to pay up US$10.7 with interest at the rate of 12% until paid, as a result of HKGT’s failure to… Read more

25th May 2019

The three-day visit to Guyana by President of Cricket West Indies (CWI) Ricky Skerritt and Chief Executive Officer Jonny Gravewhich commenced on Thursday and entailed meetings with various Stakeholders in Guyana’s cricket, Minister of Sports Dr George Norton and Guyana’s… Read more

14th Apr 2019

Chief Justice (ag), Roxane George-Wiltshire on Friday ended a bitter decade-long battle between Guyana’s two leading commercial entities… Guyana Realty Investments Limited (GRIL), which is linked to Gafoors Group of Companies, and National Hardware… for the ownership of a prime… Read more

31st Jan 2019

A major shakeup is continuing at the country’s biggest gold mining operations. According to the Guyana Goldfields Inc. yesterday, it has reduced the expatriate workforce by some 30 percent with long-serving Country Manager, Violet Smith, being replaced. The moves would… Read more

18th Jan 2019

High Court Judge Franklin Holder has granted a stay of criminal proceedings against former Housing Minister Irfaan Ali. Ali had moved to the High Court to quash several fraud charges he is facing for the controversial Pradoville Two scheme. As… Read more

28th Aug 2018

Source: Kaieteur News As Guyana gears towards a year-end conclusion of the telecoms monopoly held by the Guyana Telephone and Telegraph Company (GTT), there is a major battle brewing in the High Court. The two telephone companies, Digicel Guyana and… Read more

22nd Jul 2018

Source: Kaieteur News One week after U.S Ambassador, Perry Holloway’s announcement, American Chamber of Commerce (AMCHAM) Guyana Inc. has installed an interim sixteen-member board to help guide the chamber through its first year of establishment. The current Board comprises a… Read more

1st Jul 2018

Source: Kaieteur News “Don’t ever feel you’re too small or insignificant in this world to make a difference. If you think you are too small to be effective, you have never been in bed with a mosquito.” On Thursday afternoon,… Read more

15th Jun 2018

Source: News Room In a turn of events as exciting as the World Cup itself, the Chief Justice of Jamaica Mr. Justice B. Sykes has granted E-Networks the rights to broadcast the FIFA games. In proceedings commenced in Jamaica, the… Read more

9th Jun 2018

Source: News Room The Rotary Club of Georgetown on Friday evening installed its new Board of Directors. The fairly young board, headed by Harrinand Persaud, was officially introduced and announced at an official ceremony at the Rotary Installation Dinner held… Read more

3rd Jun 2018

Source: Kaieteur News London House Chambers’ Attorney Devindra Kissoon said the historic US$150M bond secured for the Guyana Sugar Corporation (GuySuCo) represents confidence by investors in Guyana’s economy. Kissoon represented Republic Bank Limited (RBL) in the transaction. “This is the… Read more

2nd Jun 2018

Source: Demerara Waves The National Industrial and Commercial Investments Limited (NICIL) officially issued a US$ 150 million equivalent bond facility, arranged by Republic Bank Limited exclusively through its Investment Banking Division, the holding company for government’s assets said in a… Read more

1st Jun 2018

Source: Guyana Times Kamal Ramkarran was unanimously re-elected unopposed as President of the Bar Association when the body held its Annual General Meeting on Thursday at the Victoria Law Courts, Georgetown. Robin Stoby, S.C. and Teni Housty were also unanimously… Read more

24th May 2018

Source: News Room The National Industrial and Commercial Investments Limited (NICIL) expects to raise US$65,000,000 within the next few months through a combination of local and regional investors, including those in Trinidad and Jamaica. News Room learnt that the funds… Read more

1st Apr 2018

London House Chambers founding partner Devindra Kissoon has again been ranked by Chambers and Partners. In rating Kissoon, Chambers stated: “Devindra Kissoon of London House Chambers is praised by sources as a “very, very intelligent” lawyer who produces “excellent work.”… Read more

4th Feb 2018

Source: Kaieteur News In a scathing ruling issued on January 30, 2018, Chief Justice (ag) Roxane George, S.C. deemed Food and Drugs Director, Marlan Cole’s refusal to grant registration of several life-saving drugs to Dr. Balwant Singh’s Hospital, arbitrary, capricious… Read more

29th Dec 2017

Source: Kaieteur News After almost two years without one, Guyana has reconstituted the Legal Practitioners Committee (LPC). The committee is critical for persons who want to make complaints against lawyers who they believe would have breached regulations or acted in… Read more

8th Jul 2017

Source: Kaieteur News In a rare and historic legal move, a lawsuit has been filed by activist Ramon Gaskin to challenge the constitutional validity of the State Assets Recovery Act (SARA) recently assented to, in May 2017. Gaskin is represented… Read more