Because of its multidisciplinary, the skills and the complementarity of its team in the field of business law , MEMPHIL law firm provides comprehensive support and assistance to its diverse customers from the advisory stage, in a manner that meets their expectations taking into account the social context. Thus, whether in the creation of an activity, contract drafting or financing operations, we are proactive. In its international dimension, international business law regulates activities involving natural and legal persons on French territory and abroad. The firm’s activity is particularly concentrated on the counselling and litigation in business law but particularly, the support of international projects to Sub-saharan Africa.
We offer to our clients, a comprehensive service in terms of counselling and litigation. We work in synergy between an in-depth practice of business law and a permanent practice of civil procedure, commercials, regulatory and administrative, thus allowing us to anticipate the eventual risks and effectively analyze complex operations.
The firm counsels many small and medium enterprises, public and parapublic enterprises, industrial groups, investment funds as well as private costumers.
In addition to our counsel activities, we also develop a strong contentious activity by presenting our clients before national and international jurisdictions. We eventually execute conciliation actions through the constant use of alternative methods of settling disputes and litigations such as arbitration, mediation. The practice of international negotiation is the major practice of the firm.
Globally, the international business law practiced by the firm covers several legal fields, in particular :
- Foreign Investment law
- Public funding and private public partnerships
- Public procurement law
- Real estate law and commercial leases
- International trade Law
- National and international debt collection
- Business litigation and international arbitration
- Competition, distribution and consumption law
- Restructuring and collective procedures
- M&A transactions – Corporate law