Maritime Practice

As an extension of our traditional maritime practice, the firm has become increasingly involved in general commercial litigation, both domestic and international. We have developed significant experience in this area and have dealt with cases as diverse as the sale of commodities, employment disputes, insurance coverage matters, brokerage commission claims, the enforceability of surety contracts and the defense of claims against cruise line performance bonds. In addition, we now routinely Read More …

Taxation Law

A tax is a financial settlement obtained from both natural persons and legal entities in private law and eventually in public law according to their ability to pay, by unilateral command on permanent bases and subject to no compensation in return in order to cover public expenditures by the State, the local government or decentralized unit and involvement of the public authorities. On the strength of the above, Muluh & Read More …

Agribusiness

The ancient occupation of farming has grown into one of the most complex industries of the modern world. The legal terrain, contracts, real estate issues and disputes of the agribusiness world require Muluh & Partners agribusiness lawyers who not only know the law, but also understand agricultural life. Agriculture is a major contributor to many economies. Around the world, agriculture has changed drastically in the last 50 years and it Read More …

Custom & International Trade Department

Increasing trade volumes together with greater controls of cross border flows and a focus on compliance with export and import regulations combine to create significant challenges to businesses. In today’s global economy, moving persons, goods, services, ideas and technology internationally can be a complex and costly activity. Effective management of Customs and International Trade issues is therefore at the pivot in maintaining competitive advantage. Muluh & Partners’ network of Customs Read More …

Law of Contract at Muluh &Partners

“Promises are made to be respected but not all breach of such promises gives right to a remedy in Law.” The creation, Transfer and disposition of property rights through promises is the measure concern of the Law of Contract. A contract is a promise or a set of promises for the breach of which the law gives a remedy or performance of which the Law recognises as a duty. In Read More …

Due Diligence in Business Transactions (Corporate Finance)

Originally the term was limited to public offerings of equity investments, but over time it has come to be associated with investigations of private mergers and acquisitions as well. The term has slowly been adapted for use in other situations Due diligence is used to investigate and evaluate a business opportunity. The term due diligence describes a general duty to exercise care in any transaction. As such, it spans investigation Read More …

Telecommunication Technology Law

With the rapid development within the global telecommunications network, coupled with the proliferation of GSM and ISP companies in Cameroon, site acquisitions and property management plays an essential role in the deployment of network as the telecom equipments have to be hosted on a site; Roof-top or Greenfield. Muluh & Partners is equipped with both the required technical and legal capabilities to satisfy the needs of these telecom – companies. Read More …

MERGERS, ACQUISITIONS, SPIN- OFFS/PARTIAL BUSINESS

MERGERS, ACQUISITIONS, SPIN- OFFS/PARTIAL BUSINESS TRANSFER DISTRIBUTORS, AGENCIES (CREATING WEALTH) The OHADA Uniform Act on Commercial Companies and Economic Interest Groups which is made up of 16 member States, contains general provisions dealing with three different types of restructuring: mergers (fusions), spin-offs (scissions) and partial business transfers regardless of the type of company concerned. We advise on domestic and cross-border M&A, including public takeovers, demergers and corporate restructurings, joint ventures Read More …

Transnational Organised Crime

With advances in technology and the ease of global travel, the world we live in has become, in many ways, as Canadian author Marshall McLuhan predicted “a global village”. This has had a dramatic impact on many aspects of life and society and law enforcement is no exception. The technological explosion and the growth of transnational organized crime and the response of the international community to it, has created many Read More …

Energy

The Republic of Cameroon lies on the eastern border of oil-rich Nigeria, and is the sixth largest oil producer in Sub-Saharan Africa with oil reserves estimated at 400 million barrels in January 2004. The country has gas reserves, estimated at 110 billion cubic metres (bcm), that are still unexploited. The upstream oil industry is an important part of Cameroon’s economy. Reserves are located offshore in the Rio del Rey Basin Read More …