Firm Profile > LPS L@w > Dakar, Senegal
LPS L@w Offices
CITÉ KEUR GORGUI, IMMEUBLE ELYSÉE 11
LPS L@w > The Legal 500 Rankings
Leading firms Tier 2
With 'a young and dynamic, multicultural and multidisciplinary team', LPS L@w is 'well positioned in the market and employs 'innovative solutions tailored to the needs of local and international clients'. The firm is particularly active in the tech space - where its clients include leading multinational companies - and has also been kept busy in dispute resolution. Other sector specialisms include telecoms, media, banking and insurance. In recent work, key partner Magna Brice Sylva and Léon Patrice Sarr acted for Excaf Telecom, a Senegalese audio-visual broadcasting company, in an unfair competition dispute against Startime concerning its package of television channels.
Léon Patrice Sarr
‘LPS L@w is a solid firm, able to quickly get to the nitty-gritty of the law whilst looking for the most pragmatic solution in the light of the law.‘
‘LPS is a full-service law firm. It is well positioned in the Senegalese market through the use of innovative solutions tailored to the needs of local and international clients.‘
‘One of LPS’s greatest qualities is its team, a young and dynamic, multicultural and multidisciplinary team that combines most aspects of OHADA Law.‘
‘Léon Patrice Saar has strong analytical skills and examines legal details whilst keeping the big picture in mind. He is also a very articulate speaker.‘
‘Léon Patrice Saar is a dynamic, responsive, dedicated and passionate lawyer with the ability to intervene in several areas of expertise.‘
John Deere Intelligent Solutions Group
General Board of Global Ministries of The United Methodist Church
Association Guediawaye Football Club
CCE Sarl – Genelec – Sogecam
Comptoire Commercial Maamarah
Corporation Service Company (CSC) / Microsoft
LPS L@w > Firm Profile
LPS L@w was founded in 2015 by Léon Patrice Sarr, formerly a lawyer at Geni & Kebe. Today the firm includes 10 lawyers who are involved in all aspects of business law and provide both litigation and advisory support.
The team is particularly recognized for its strengths in employment law, debt recovery, as well as financing and new technology projects. Léon Patrice Sarr is also well regarded for his expertise on IT, data protection and cybercrime legal issues, and is regularly retained to advise corporations seeking to implement new generation projects (blockchain, cryptocurrency, biometric recognition, etc.) in Senegal.
In addition to the IT sector, LPS L@w is also very active in the media, telecommunications, energy, banking and insurance sectors.
The firm has an impressive roster of African and international clients. It regularly advises on cross-border matters and maintains strong relationships with leading referral firms in countries in the UEMOA and OHADA zones, as well as international firms abroad.
The firm’s lawyers and staff work in both French and English, and the firm has earned a reputation for being innovative, and for its efficient methods and computerized processes.
Examples of recent work include its representations of prominent African and international banks in digital banking and cryptocurrency compliance matters in the UEMOA zone, as well as its multiple representations of workers’unions in relation to sensitive labor law issues.
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