ICF is working with the Government of Nigeria to fully operationalize the Lagos Court of Arbitration. The aim is to reduce time, cost and the number of procedures taken to resolve commercial disputes and enforce commercial contracts. The project intends to reduce the number of procedures needed to enforce a commercial contract. There are 40 procedures in the traditional commercial justice system, but the Lagos Court of Arbitration will have only 6. This is expected to reduce the number of days spent on enforcing commercial contracts from 457 to 180.