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El Ajeri Lawyers - EAL
4 Mahmoud El Materi Street
Mutuelle Ville
1002, Tunis
T: +216 71 228 251
F: +216 71 89 25 25
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Firm overview

El Ajeri Lawyers (EAL) is a leading business law firm, well established in Tunisia and recognized by the market and clients for its quality and breadth of practice. The firm is best known for its work in several industries, including healthcare and pharmaceuticals, manufacturing, automotive, logistics, energy, distribution and retail, banking and financial services.

We are a full-service business law firm, capable of advising clients and representing them in litigation. Services include corporate, M&A, private equity, commercial contracts, commercial litigation, restructuring, intellectual property & technology, employment, regulatory and compliance, among others. 

We are a leader in conflict management techniques, with mediation and the alternative dispute resolution practices. We are best known for providing the most appropriate solutions in disputes and we have proven capability in managing different types of dispute resolution techniques (mediation, pre-litigation, arbitration and cross-border litigation) and procedures.

We are highly involved with our clients, we assist them throughout the lifespan of a project from inception to development, including special transactions, whether in Tunisia or abroad. We do this by providing clients with the most advanced know-how, competency and technical means available.

Our attorneys are attentive and listen proactively to understand the real needs of the client, look out for their best interests and provide a custom-fit, personalized service for any sized company or field of operation.

As a member firm of DLA Piper Africa, El Ajeri Lawyers is also regularly involved in cross-border matters, including inbound work in Tunisia and increasingly in North Africa, assisting multinational firms doing business in the region.

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