South African firm ENSafrica is merging with Mauritian firm De Comarmond & Koenig (DCKM), as it continues its expansion across Africa.
Eversheds has secured four new offices in Africa having tied up with South African firm Mahons Attorneys and El Heni in Tunisia.
Baker & McKenzie is making efforts to deepen its relationships with African firms, last week hosting a meeting for 25 local firms from across the continent in London.
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Hogan Lovells has confirmed it will merge with full-service South-African outfit Routledge Modise on 1 December.
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The South African government has announced plans to limit the right of foreign investors to commence international arbitration against the government.
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WHITE & Case’s decision to deploy a number of London-based lawyers in Africa is a useful way of dealing with some of its issues in the City, but it is also a good strategy in a wider context.