Corporate and Commercial Law
Through a partner-led service, our law firm supports its client’s through all aspects of corporate-related matters during the business lifetime of the corporate, including reviewing, negotiating, and drafting of contracts, transactions, advising about corporate formations, corporate laws, incorporation of all types of corporates, branches and franchising, licensing services, work permits, residential permits for investors, employment matters, intellectual property, taxes, bankruptcy and insolvency, and any other legal advice regarding corporate and commercial law in Egypt and the MENA region.
We support our clients in reviewing and drafting various types of contracts and agreements including Agency and Distribution Agreements, Partnership Agreements, Shareholders Agreements, Business Contracts, and Bareboat Charters, etc.
We provide our clients with the legal opinions and consultations through any stage of any of the aforementioned services, as well as performing all the required procedures thereafter.
We have an experienced procedures team that undertakes all kinds of deals or procedures that are required before any of the Governmental Authorities including GAFI, MCDR, EGX, IDA, GOSI, FRA, Customs Authority, GOEIC, RTA, ETA, etc.
We have handled due diligence for L.O.C Group, a pioneering group of companies operating in the field of international marine and engineering consultancy, in collaboration with their lawyers in the UK.
We have handled the registration process of one of the largest Egyptian companies operating in the field of Petroleum Services at the Egyptian Ministry of Petroleum & Mineral Resources.
We have registered a number of factories for one of the largest companies in the world in the field of bathroom furnishing, which they have been operating in for over 100 years.
We have registered a number of large companies at the Egyptian Federation For Construction & Building Contractors.
We have succeeded in appointing a chairman of a prominent production company which was subject to the provisions of the Egyptian Commercial Law of year 1882, despite the presence of a dispute between the shareholders and lawsuits filed before the Egyptian Courts with regards to the company’s management.