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Law firm in Cameroon | D.Moukouri & Partners

Overview:

D.MOUKOURI & Partners is a leading corporate and commercial law firm in Cameroon providing outstanding and cost-effective legal services to clients involved in all the sectors of the economy.

The firm was set up in response to the demand for locally-based lawyers with the international exposure and specialized expertise required to maintain high professional standards.

The Firm was established to meet the growing demand for local lawyers with recognized international expertise. We offer full legal assistance to clients and advise on sophisticated projects including infrastructure, telecommunications, and energy projects in Cameroon.

We have gained recognition from the World Bank for our contributions to the Institution’s Key programs. The World Bank Group and the World Trade Organization trusted our services as their local Counsel throughout negotiations for the African Continental Free Trade Area (AFCFTA) Agreement.

With a dedicated Technology law department, D. MOUKOURI AND PARTNERS runs the pioneering Technology law practice in Cameroon, according to Chambers and Partners and The Legal500.

In 2021, in the Who’s Who Legal global ranking of the best law firms in Fintech & Blockchain, our firm is the only one ranked for Cameroon and Central Africa  https://whoswholegal.com/analysis/fintech-2021—legal-marketplace-analysis

We offer high level expertise on Fintech, Blockchain, tokenization, digital assets, data protection, Artificial Intelligence, crowdfunding related issues, and all the aspects of protecting ideas, creativity in Cameroon and within the Central African economic zone.

We advise the leader in technology start-up acceleration In French-speaking Africa, the OrangeFab Start-ups Accelerator programme, designed by the Orange Group, one of the world’s leading telecommunications operators.

We are driven by our commitment to providing quality legal services and relevant solutions to help our clients succeed in their projects.

Our Partners and Associates were trained in Cameroon, Nigeria, France, Japan, and the US. They are fluent in English, French, and Spanish.

We are contributors to the Chambers Global Practice Guide on Trademarks and the International Comparative Legal Guide (ICLG) on Mergers and Acquisitions. Our articles are also published by the International Bar Association (IBA), and One Trust Data Guidance – the World’s most widely used privacy, security, and third-party risk management platform.

D. MOUKOURI AND PARTNERS is ranked as an excellent law firm in Cameroon by the world-known legal directories, namely Chambers and Partners, The Legal500, IFLR1000, Décideurs Magazine, Lex4.com, and Who’s Who Legal.

 

Practice Areas:

  • Corporate, Commercial law and contracts
  • Mergers and Acquisitions
  • Insolvency and Debt recovery
  • Banking and Securities
  • Investment law
  • Insurance
  • Competition law
  • Real Estate, Construction and Infrastructure
  • Energy and Natural Resources
  • Intellectual Property, Media, Information Technology and Counterfeiting
  • Telecommunications
  • Transportation
  • Labour law, pensions and immigration
  • Environmental law
  • International trade, Distribution and Franchising
  • Public procurement and Public private partnerships
  • Litigation and Arbitration

 

Highlights:

D. MOUKOURI AND PARTNERS is proud to be on the Top 25 of the best OHADA law firms.

D.MOUKOURI AND PARTNERS services are certified and recognized by the world’s leading legal directories:

  • Chambers Global
  • The Legal 500
  • IFLR1000
  • Decideurs Magazine Leaders League
  • Lex4.com
  • Who’s who legal

Downloads on Cameroon:

Guide to doing business in Cameroon
Guide to Mining in Cameroon
Guide to the Enforcement of Foreign Money Judgments and Arbitral Awards in Cameroon

Firm Details

Logo Moukouri ok
+237 233 42 25 44 | 243 08 23 34
357, Rue Toyota, opposite BGFIBank, Bonapriso, Douala, Cameroon
French, English
Danielle Moukouri

Danielle Moukouri

(+237) 699 88 25 91

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