Fatmata S. Kabia is a litigation associate in the firm’s New York office. Ms. Kabia’s litigation experience includes representing clients in antitrust and merger litigation as well as white collar investigations. Ms. Kabia has represented corporate directors, private and public companies, and other individuals in a variety of industries including pharmaceuticals, benefits, and financial services.
Fires have ravaged Brazil’s Amazon rainforest, burning over 1,330 square miles of tree cover, and placing people, wildlife, and their habitats at risk. Experts warn that further degradation could inhibit the forest’s ability to release oxygen and absorb heat-trapping carbon dioxide—a key function for combatting climate change. The fires in the Amazon have been met … Continue Reading
Artificial intelligence and big data are some of the new technologies dominating discourse in 2018. These technologies are expected to change the way that we travel, learn, and transact. However, this forecast is less clear for the least developed countries (LDCs). According to a United Nations study, science and technology and resource and development remain … Continue Reading
Hurricane Harvey bombarded the Gulf Coast of the United States, leaving more than 250,000 people without power and causing substantial financial, physical, and emotional damage in its wake. Though record-breaking, Harvey was not a singular event. In 2017, severe rain events like Harvey have impacted many communities and businesses around the world. Africa is no … Continue Reading