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ENSafrica

31 RINGWAY ESTATES, ASAFOANYE O. BRONI CRESCENT, OSU, ACCRA, GHANA
Tel:
Work +233 30 225 3980
Fax:
Fax +233 30 225 3925
Email:
Web:
www.ENSafrica.com
Accra, Alexandra, Cape Town, Dar es Salaam, Durban, Johannesburg and 9 more

David A. Asiedu

Tel:
Work +233 30 225 3980
Email:
ENSafrica

Work Department

ENSafrica in Ghana

Position

Partner

Career

David A. Asiedu is a partner at ENSafrica in Ghana. He specialises in commercial dispute resolution and arbitration.

He has acted for clients in a variety of industries, including fast-moving consumer goods, media and telecommunications, energy, construction and publishing.

David’s experience includes commercial litigation, especially relating to employment, general contracts, distributorship agreements, passing off and construction, as well as arbitration in relation to performance guarantees.

In addition, David is experienced in telecommunications, media and technology law.

Education

Barrister and Solicitor of the Supreme Court of Ghana; BA (Law with Political Science) (University of Ghana); and Professional Certificate in Law (Ghana School of Law).


Ghana

Dispute resolution

Within: Dispute resolution

David Asiedu heads the large practice at ENSafrica, which routinely handles complex and multi-jurisdictional disputes for national and international corporations, financial institutions and government or regulatory bodies. It is advising Mensin Gold Ghana on a multiparty claim brought by its creditors, and, in another significant matter, is representing Pioneer Food Cannery in an action against shipping giant AP Moller Maersk and its subcontractors.

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Infrastructure projects

Within: Infrastructure projects

ENSafrica is currently acting for the lenders in the provision of a $170m syndicated facility to the government of Ghana for financing the construction of the ‘Ring Road’ flyover. The team provides a ‘first-rate service and readily understands the business needs of clients, while also providing a very solid briefing on the key issues under Ghanaian law’. Paa Kwesi Morrison is ‘responsive and commercial’. Elikem Nutifafa Kuenyehia and David Asiedu are also recommended, as is the ‘brilliant’ managing associate Rachel Dagadu, who is skilled at advising on the financing aspects of major projects. The team regularly partners with several international law firms to provide local counsel on multi-jurisdictional deals.

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