Established in 2004, Ashukem & Co remain one of the few full service commercial law firms in Douala Cameroon to be trusted for its high quality legal services.
From our offices in Douala, we practice English and French Civil law throughout Cameroon and Africa and have developed a successful global network of expertise to meet the demands of modern business.
The breadth of creativity, experience and commercial awareness in turn allows us to bring our clients fresh insights and innovative services, and offer more than just dry technical expertise. We take time to get to know our clients’ businesses, understand their wider concerns and work together seamlessly to achieve their goals.
With specialist knowledge in the fields of oil and gas, mergers and acquisition, project finance, capital markets, loan assignment, corporate law, renewable energy, and general business law (OHADA base in Cameroon) we can also offer our clients dedicated teams in each area. This seamless multi-discipline approach to commercial law brings our clients a specified network of expertise and the ability to access up-to-the-minute information from around the business world.
Our high profile specialists include a corporate finance team, which currently acts for many of the main broking houses, a high profile employment team and Dispute Resolutions team, trusted funds and tax team and a resilient corporate team that excels all year round.
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