Algeria > Corporate and M&A
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Corporate and M&A
Badri Cabinet for Intellectual Property Algeria
Bouchaib Law Firm
Cabinet Boukrami In cooperation with Saba & Co. IP
- Ferchiou & associés
Mustapha Hamdane, Cabinet
‘An active player’ on major deals, CMS recently advised a manufacturer on a joint venture and acted for a French healthcare company on an acquisition. It also advised an industrial services company on a share transfer. Mourad Nabil Abdessemed, Amine Sator and Samir Sayah are recommended.
Ghellal & Mekerba is ‘one of the best firms in Algeria’. Amine Ghellal advises international clients with existing interests in Algeria, including companies across the telecoms, tobacco and food manufacturing industries.
Gide Loyrette Nouel’s Samy Laghouati leads an experienced team that represents blue-chip international companies across sectors such as insurance and automotive manufacturing. Rym Loucif is also recommended.
Hamza Law Office often handles corporate referrals from international law firms. Mustapha Hamza, who has an excellent reputation for M&A and investments, recently advised AstraZeneca on a strategic partnership with Biopharm.
Law Office Yamina Kebir’s name partner regularly advises Anglophone and Francophone clients on corporate, M&A and employment matters. Clients include British Airways and Daewoo.
Aidoud Law Firm gives commercial, IP and employment law support to local and international clients, and recently advised Monsanto on import controls. Mamoun Aidoud often acts as local counsel for international law firms.
Ben Abderrahmane & Partners is the only Algerian firm with a Paris office. It serves clients across telecoms, automotive, pharmaceuticals, and banking sectors, including Daewoo and China Investment Corporation.
Chemloul & Associés’ Mohammed Chemloul is experienced in project support, corporate and regulatory law. He acts for international and local clients and is on the commercial law and practice committee of the International Chamber of Commerce.
Guerrouche Mouloud MG Avocats’ three-lawyer team advises international clients on infrastructure development and investments. Mouloud Guerrouche, Mohamed Lamine Guerrouche and Soumeya Guerrouche are a regular choice as local counsel.
Hadj-Hamou/Djouadi has a very good reputation in privatisation and commercial law, and is an associate office of SNR Denton. Sid Ali Hadj-Hamou and Ahmed Djouadi are the name partners.
Haroun & Associés is one of Algeria’s oldest law firms. Ali Haroun has advised many international and local clients on investments and corporate law.
Lefèvre Pelletier & associés is ‘a good firm with competent lawyers providing a very good level of service’. Algiers office manager Vincent Lunel advises clients in the energy, infrastructure and banking sectors. Alain Gauvin, who works from Casablanca and Paris, has ‘experience of complex legal and regulatory issues’.
Cabinet d’Avocats Samir Hamouda regularly works with PwC and often advises international oil and gas sector clients. Samir Hamouda is highly regarded.
Badri Cabinet for Intellectual Property Algeria’s patent and trade mark attorneys often advise on anti-counterfeiting cases and represent numerous foreign companies. Commercial and IP lawyer Abdelwahab Badri is well regarded.
Bouchaib Law Firm’s Adnane Bouchaib is well known for telecoms work, including tax planning, regulatory and transactional support. Highlights included assisting the European Commission’s project management units on privatisation programmes.
Cabinet Boukrami In cooperation with Saba & Co. IP specialises in IP, and has a strong reputation for trade mark, patent and copyright prosecution work.
Noureddine Ferchiou’s team at Tunisian firm Ferchiou & associés fields Algerian lawyers handling deals for clients including EBRD and the World Bank.
Cabinet Mustapha Hamdane’s name partner is well regarded for IP and contract law matters.