Me Amine Sator > CMS > Algiers, Algeria > Lawyer Profile

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Work Department

Employment, Competition


Head of the firm’s Algerian Legal department. His fields of specialisations are intellectual property, labour law, corporate law and general commercial law.


Amine joined CMS Bureau Francis Lefebvre Algérie in March 2008. He is formerly in charge of legal tasks for General Manager of Algérie Telecom (2005-2008). Lawyer at bar of Algiers from (1997-2005).


Arabic, French, English


Law Degree (Ben Aknoun, University of Algiers, 1995); CAPA [Algerian Bar admission certificate] (Ben Aknoun, University of Algiers, 1997).

Lawyer Rankings

Algeria > Energy

(Leading individuals)

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CMS has considerable experience providing day-to-day assistance to domestic and international clients in this sphere. Led by Samir Sayah, the team has expertise advising on asset sales, contracts, licences, tax, foreign exchange regulations, due diligence, and negotiations with public and private entities. Amine Sator is also noted.

Algeria > Employment

(Leading individuals)

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At CMS, there is significant overlap between its employment work and its corporate and M&A transactions. It assists clients with a variety of day-to-day employment issues, such as the transfer of employees and a review of the termination of employment policy. Amine Sator is the name to note.

Algeria > Commercial, corporate and M&A

CMS assists African, European and international companies that have operations in Algeria, advising on a broad range of corporate and M&A transactions. Key sectors include energy, oil and gas, banking, pharmaceutical, food and beverage, and construction. Samir Sayah is the vastly experienced practice head, leading a team that has experience in company and contract laws, share capital restructuring, and procurement regulations. Other key names are partner Amine Sator and associate Fatiha Aouam.

Algeria > Banking and finance

At CMS, the team specialises in advising international banks on local regulations. It also has a track record of providing advice on the borrower’s side, usually relating to equity restructuring and exchange control for pharmaceutical clients. Samir Sayah and Amine Sator are key contacts.