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Life Sciences

Our life sciences lawyers in Tunisia provide high quality legal and regulatory advice for international producers of life science products and services such as international pharmaceutical companies, medical companies and laboratories. We offer various services to our clients such as legal advice, corporate, M&A, financial and legal support in national and international disputes. 

We’re specialized in the day-to-day transactional needs of life science companies. We have an in-depth understanding of the demanding quality standards of the life sciences sector. 

We combine subject matter experience with considerable knowledge of legal law in commercial, compliance, regulatory, dispute resolution, among others, to accomplish our client’s objectives.

Experience has included advising:

  • Advising an international pharmaceutical company in a criminal complaint before the investigation office in the court;
  • An international pharmaceutical company in a real estate matter regarding the negotiation of lease agreement and drafting a new lease agreement and legal assistance in the context of a real estate transaction;
  • An international pharmaceutical company in a labor litigation case;
  • An international Danish health care company in an employment conflict; and
  • Laboratoires Servier in corporate matters, day to day legal advice, and drafting and revising several agreements.

ESG implications of mine rehabilitation in Africa

In many African countries, mining is the backbone of their economies. Often, however, little consideration is given to environmental, social and governance (ESG) implications when a mining resource has been depleted or becomes uneconomical to mine. An appropriate legal framework that deals with mining rehabilitation is vital as part of sustainable mining.

Climate change measures and disputes

Africa is rich in natural resources, and several African economies are dependent on supplying or using fossil fuels, including South Africa, the Democratic Republic of Congo, Ghana, Tanzania and Mozambique, to name a few.