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Bennani & Associés LLP

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Algiers, Casablanca, Tunis

The firm

Bennani & Associés LLP is a leading independent law firm with offices in Algeria, Tunisia and Morocco, which offers cutting-edge business law expertise to listed and unlisted companies as well as public entities. The firm’s lawyers are committed to excellence in the practice of law, while maintaining the highest standard of ethical and professional conduct. As an independent law firm, Bennani & Associés LLP has chosen to develop strong relationships with every international law firm and foreign independent law firm active in Algeria, Morocco and Tunisia. The firm’s added value resides in its command of local law and precedent, reconciled with a very pragmatic approach which factors in the business objectives of the clients. When entrusted with a transaction, the firm’s attorneys collaborate with their clients to develop creative strategies and solutions tailored to achieving the clients’ objectives. In litigation matters, the firm’s lawyers work hand-in-hand with their clients to determine whether a case requires proactive action, and provide advice on the risks involved and, to the extent determinable, the chances of success.

Areas of practice

The firm specialises in business law, in particular mergers and acquisitions, corporate, private and public contracts, as well as in energy and mining. It also undertakes work in exchange control regulations, competition law, customs law, tax law, labour law and commercial litigation.

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Number of lawyers 30

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