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Law firm in Botswana | Armstrongs Attorneys

Overview:

Armstrongs is the leading corporate and commercial law firm in Botswana. It provides its clients with innovative legal and business solutions of a global standard and is recognised for its pioneering and developmental role in various commercial sectors within Botswana.

Established in 1983, the firm specialises in all aspects of corporate and commercial law including capital raising, listings, corporate and trade finance, competition law, banking and financial services, M&A, bonds and other debt or capital instruments, rights issues, marketable investment instruments, listed securities, mining and resources, energy, tax, privatisation and public private partnerships. Additionally the firm has an extremely strong litigation and dispute resolutions practice.

Armstrongs continues to hold its position as a Market Leader for commercial work and the team is frequently seen on Botswana’s big-ticket transactions. Highlights include a number of financing and acquisitions within the Mining and Retail Industries. Disputes work ranges from high level litigation in the diamond Industry to various construction related arbitrations. Armstrongs ensure that sufficient resources are dedicated to each matter on which they are instructed to ensure timeous delivery of quality legal services.

 

Practice Areas:

  • Aviation
  • Banking / Finance
  • Capital Markets
  • Commercial Contracts
  • Competition
  • Construction / Engineering
  • Corporate
  • Corporate Mergers / Acquisitions
  • Debt Collection
  • Employment / HR
  • Family Law / Disputed Estates
  • Health Care
  • Insolvency, Business Rescue / Restructuring
  • IT & E-Commerce
  • Litigation / Arbitration
  • Minerals, Resources / Energy
  • Privatisations
  • Property
  • Regulatory / Compliance
  • Tax

 

Highlights:

 “One of the most established and highly respected firms in Botswana, Armstrongs receives abundant praise from all sources” – Chambers, the World’s Leading Lawyers

Downloads on Botswana:

Guide to doing business in Botswana
Insolvency and Debt Restructuring in Botswana
Guide to Mining in Botswana
Guide to the Enforcement of Foreign Money Judgments and Arbitral Awards in Botswana

Firm Details

Armstrongs Attorneys
+267 395 3481
2nd Floor, Acacia House, Plot 74358, Cnr Khama Crescent Ext and P G Matante Road, New CBD
+267 395 2757
English, Setswana
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