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CMS regularly represents local and global clients in commercial litigation, contentious tax matters and international arbitration. Head of litigation Ali Mokrane and tax specialist Mourad Nabil Abdessemed are recommended.

Chemloul & Associés has an enviable record in international arbitration, with name partner Mohammed Chemloul being widely regarded as ‘first-class’. Commercial and civil litigation are also strong areas.

The ‘very knowledgeable and experienced’, Ghellal & Mekerba acts on some of the most high-profile contentious matters in the country, with a strong showing in civil, commercial and administrative matters. According to one client, Amine Ghellal is ‘the best arbitrator in Algeria’.

Hadj-Hamou/Djouadi is particularly recommended for construction and energy-related disputes. Sid Ali Hadj-Hamou and Ahmed Djouadi are vastly experienced.

Aidoud Law Firm’s litigation expertise extends to commercial, maritime, employment and tax matters. Mamoun Aidoud is recommended.

Among Bennani & Associés LLP’s recent cases, it acted as co-counsel to a major Italian oil company in a €1bn ICC arbitration. Mourad Seghir is the key contact.

Hamza Law Office’s strong reputation for oil and gas matters translates into a steady flow of energy and construction-related disputes. Mustapha Hamza is regularly involved in arbitrations.

Haroun & Associés represents domestic and foreign clients in a broad range of contentious matters, including commercial litigation, IP disputes and employment litigation. It also has an active arbitration practice.

At Lanouar Partners, Mohamed Lanouar represented Technip in a $1.6bn arbitration brought by Sonatrach.Fatima-Zohra Bouchemla joined LPA-CGR.

Name partner Yamina Kebir at Law Office Yamina Kebir has a diverse litigation practice and experience in commercial litigation, IP disputes, employment cases and contentious construction matters.

Ben Abderrahmane & Partners is highly rated for its strength in international arbitration, particularly construction and energy cases.

Bouchaib Law Firm has strong trial experience in both civil and administrative matters. Adnane Bouchaib is recommended.

Intellectual property specialist Cabinet Boukrami In cooperation with Saba & Co. IP ably covers the full spread of patent, trade mark and copyright litigation.

Cabinet Sator is recommended for its solid record in IP disputes.

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