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Work Highlights

Highlights Of Our Recent Experience

We are the exclusive legal partners of the Oxford Business Group (“OBG”) to produce The Report: Ghana 2020.

We will publish  a detailed report on Ghana’s legislative regime for the ease of doing business, including the new Companies Act, 2019.

We advised and represented a licensed telecommunications operator on a 42-million-dollar

investment for the development and construction of an 881-Kilometre in-land fibre-optic cable and an upgrade of a 973-kilometer optical ground wire fibre network.

We provided legal representation and advice at all stages of an aviation project of an international airport terminal development.

The EUR 66,350 project includes the construction and equipping of a new terminal with an area of 5,750m2 that can hold a capacity of 800,000 people per year and a runway extension with a new apron to handle aircrafts.

We represented an international contractor in a competitive tender process which has been successful;

and is subsequently advising the Client on the development, construction, and maintenance of the multi-million dollar hotel complex. The Firm also represents the Client in the negotiation of FIDIC compliant contracts for different aspects of their project portfolio regarding procurement, and the engagement of consultants, engineers and developers in Ghana.

We provided legal advice and support with respect to an investment of our Upstream Petroleum

client in a local business, led negotiations for their contracts with technical partners, operators of upstream oil and gas exploration, production facilities, covering drilling rigs, floating production storage and offloading (FPSO) vessels, including marine vessels and onshore gas receiving facilities.

We provided full-scale advisory service to a French Upstream Petroleum services company

which included the incorporation of a joint venture partnership in Ghana, set up of its operations, licensing, ensuring legal and regulatory compliance in the investment regime, corporate governance, immigration processing, advice on the company’s employment relationship with expatriates.

We are currently engaged to provide advice, representation and due diligence on project financing and development,

construction of a USD 110, 000,000.00 beach front mixed use community project

We advised the local operations of a Mining Company in Ghana on matters of due diligence and compliance in relation to the Data Protection Act of 2012,

Health and Safety Regulations and Protection against Unfair Protection Act 2000 in the context of engaging suitably qualified suppliers for goods and services in the Mining Industry. We also advised the company on the pensions regime for its expatriate personnel in Ghana.

We provided full-scale legal advisory services for a multi-national medical diagnostics and pharmaceutical company operational in Ghana.

Our services include incorporation of a business in Ghana, strategic legal advice on their business, setting up its operations, licensing in the country, ensuring legal and regulatory compliance in the investment regime, corporate governance, immigration processing, advice on the company’s employment relationship with expatriates, senior medical consultants and other members of staff in accordance with local labour laws of Ghana.

We are currently engaged to provide full-scale legal advisory services including a due diligence assessment

of the compatibility of local laws to the human resources policy of an international agrarian company focused on cooperatives.

We routinely advise and provide training on internal compliance monitoring to Clients across the various sectors, including the aviation sector and upstream petroleum services.

The compliance training covers the anti-corruption laws of the UK (UK Bribery Act, 2016), USA (Foreign Corrupt Practices Act) and Anti-corruption Laws of Ghana.

We advised and represented a private credit fund on providing debt financing for small and medium sized enterprises in Ghana,

in sectors such as health, hospitality, mining and petroleum.

We advised and represented a client in respect of a redeemable convertible

loan facility investment to finance the development of facilities in an educational institution.

We are retained to advise and draft employee share schemes, employee handbook including a code of conduct

for an international contractor with respect to the workplace, human rights, discrimination, anti-child labour, environmental responsibility and Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR).

We represented a foreign company who had successfully obtained an award in arbitration proceedings

in the UK to register and enforce the arbitration award against a Ghanaian Company in the High Court for £2,270,824.90 with post award interest and fees.

We are retained as External Solicitors for a State utilities enterprise to pursue debt recovery claims against defaulters

through court proceedings. We have successfully obtained a number of judgements in favour of our Client and duly enforced same through Execution.

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