HB Law Firm is one of the leading law firms in Morocco and has significant experience in Business Law in the local market, mixed with perfect knowledge in commercial litigation & disputes resolution. “We regularly advise investors operating in various sectors during all stages of their implementation project in Morocco, and assist large MNCs, SMEs and individuals in all aspects related to their projects” said Ms Salima Bakouchi, Partner at HB Law Firm.
In addition, HB Law Firm provides specialist legal advice to foreign clients acquiring, managing or divesting Moroccan investments, and have expert knowledge of Morocco’s regulatory framework, and a wealth of experience with foreign investment proposals across a wide range of industry sectors, including Energy, Oil & Gas, Finance, Insurance, Manufacturing, Real Estate, Tourism, Retail etc.
“The firm maintains non-exclusive relationships with law firms throughout the world and independently represent referrer firms looking for high quality and dependable legal representation in Morocco, and work closely with major foreign law firms to meet the needs of MNCs operating in Morocco” added Mr Kamal Habachi, Executive Partner of the firm.
Bakouchi has significant experience in negotiating, drafting contracts, banking, finance projects and restructuring, capital markets, acquisitions operations, real estate and participated in many seminars both in Morocco, as well as in institutional missions on the reform of Business Law in collaboration with international firms.
Habachi advises international clients on mergers and acquisitions, tax, stock market regulation, infrastructure contracts, privatizations, joint-ventures, real estate, structured finance, project finance and international arbitration. He also participated in the establishment of several national and international projects and contracts.
Both partners have been involved in some of the most large-scale, high-profile transactions and high-value financing mandates undertaken in Morocco over the last years.
SPECIAL COVERAGE: Morocco 2020
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