Firm Profile > Global Lawyers North Africa in partnership with Gide Loyrette Nouel > Tunis, Tunisia
Global Lawyers North Africa in partnership with Gide Loyrette Nouel Offices
22 rue Félicien Challaye
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Dispute resolution Tier 1
Global Lawyers North Africa in partnership with Gide Loyrette Nouel handles complex disputes. In Tunis, associate Anis Jabnoun is noted for his experience in complex, cross-border disputes and Mohamed Essid is also a key contact for contentious matters. The team is experienced in acting for clients in the medical, automotive and financial services sectors.
Banking and finance Tier 2
The 'knowledgeable' team at Global Lawyers North Africa in partnership with Gide Loyrette Nouel acts for borrowers and lenders on a range of banking and finance mandates. Utilising the firm's international law firm partnership and its domestic expertise, the team regularly advises on cross-border financing transactions. Associate Anis Jabnoun is acting for Alshaya on several financings linked to its projects in Tunisia to establish the first H&M and Starbucks stores.
Global Lawyers North Africa in partnership with Gide Loyrette Nouel is able to handle cross-border mandates and regularly acts for overseas investors by leveraging its international network; Samy Laghouati in Algiers and Paris-based Jean-Gabriel Flandrois, are key members of the team, as is Tunis-based associate Anis Jabnoun. Advising Alshaya Group on the establishment of the first H&M and Starbucks stores in Tunisia was a notable highlight. Merger control issues are also a key focus.
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Established in Tunisia since 2001, Gide offers its clients unparalleled expertise in an environment undergoing constant change. For local law aspects, and in compliance with bar rules, Gide acts alongside the 10-strong professional lawyers’ partnership Global Lawyers North Africa (GLN-A).
Today, GLN-A is one of the rare law firms in Tunisia to be able to offer legal assistance that covers the various fields of Tunisian and international finance and business law.
The teams offer foreign investors a full service regarding establishment in the country, implementing the funding related to their activities, restructuring and everyday legal assistance for their activities in Tunisia. They support their clients throughout their projects, their negotiations and potential disputes, as well as in their procedures with local authorities and courts.
|Mergers and acquisitions/corporate|
|Banking and finance|
|Projects (finance and infrastructure)|
|Real estate transactions and financing|
|Public and administrative law|
|Competition and international trade|
|Insurance, industrial risk and transport|
Staff FiguresNumber of lawyers : 550 at this office : 8
LanguagesArabic English French
OtherContacts : Anis Jabnoun (email@example.com), GLN-A Contacts : Samy Laghouati (firstname.lastname@example.org), Gide Contacts : Jean-Gabriel Flandrois (email@example.com), Gide Other offices : Algiers Other offices : Beijing Other offices : Brussels Other offices : Cairo Other offices : Casablanca Other offices : Istanbul Other offices : London Other offices : New York Other offices : Paris Other offices : Shanghai Other offices : Warsaw
France: Merger Control
Published: December 2019
Authors: Emmanuel Reille Laura Castex
This country-specific Q&A provides an overview to Merger Control laws and regulations that may occur in France.
Algeria: Energy - Oil & Gas
Published: December 2020
Authors: Samy Laghouati
This country-specific Q&A provides an overview to Energy - Oil & Gas laws and regulations that may occur in Algeria.
United Kingdom: Securitisation
Published: February 2021
Authors: Dimitrios Logizidis
This country-specific Q&A provides an overview to Securitisation laws and regulations that may occur in United Kingdom.