Firm Profile > Jeantet > Casablanca, Morocco
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Dispute resolution Tier 1
Managing partner Philippe Malléa and local partner Mamoune Kettani lead a litigation practice at Jeantet that handles disputes not only in Morocco, but also across the MENA and sub-Saharan regions. The group's focus is on financial litigation, corporate disputes, contentious competition cases and labour matters. The team recently represented a major state infrastructure operator in a dispute with a contractor.
Jeantet's Casablanca office handles banking, finance and capital markets transactions not only in Morocco, but also in the Middle East, across the North Africa region and sub-Saharan Africa. The practice, which is led by Philippe Malléa and Mamoune Kettani, comprises lawyers qualified in New York, Casablanca, Paris and Tunis who handle significant cross-border transactions. The group, which acts for both Moroccan and international banks, also has recognised expertise in Islamic finance.
Jeantet handles M&A transactions not only in Morocco, but also in MENA and sub-Saharan Africa. Philippe Malléa's team has a strong track record of advice to foreign investors such as Lafarge, Johnson & Johnson and Ariston Thermo, as well as acting for large domestic companies including Maroc Telecom. Newly promoted partner Mohamed Ali Khelil Charef oversees the development of the African/MENA regions for the Casablanca office.
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