Corporate & International Law

The Law office of James F. Epo has an extensive experience in Corporate Law and International Law, Labor and Social Security Law, Contract Law, Banking and Securities Law, Tax Services Law and other fields.  Our lawyers have litigated legal disputes for both large and small corporations, and have successfully helped clients recover settlements.

Attoney James F. Epo provides advice from start-up companies to those in distress or in the process of dissolution.  We have the knowledge, dedication and experience to successfully assist you. Our lawyers are committed to providing you unparalleled personal service, and effective representation to allow you achieve your legal objective.  The areas of practice in our Corporate and International Law includes:

Corporate Law

  • Setting Up Of Branches And Subsidiaries
  • Various Corporate Operations:
  • Conversion of A Company,
  • Increase/Decrease of Capital
  • Mergers/Splits, Shares Transfer
  • Due Diligence Equatorial Guinea Formalities
  • Legal Opinion in Specific Operations
  • E-commerce and Technology
  • Intellectual Property
  • Commercial Litigation
  • Construction Litigation
  • Economic Development
  • Real Estate Transactions
  • Trusts and Estates

Contract Law

  • Services Contract
  • Commercial Leases

Labor Law and Social Security

  • Preparation and Drafting of Employment Contracts
  • Preparation and Drafting of Internal Company Rules
  • Assistance in The Frame of Ministry of Labor Audit
  • Social Audit (Compliance to Labor Requirements)
  • Social Opinion in Labor Matters
  • Labor and Employment

Tax Services

  • Tax Audit
  • Tax Review
  • Tax Consultation
  • Payroll Taxes

Immigration Services

  • Obtaining of Letter of Invitation
  • Obtaining of Alternative Visas
  • Obtaining of Residence Cards
  • Obtaining of Work Permits
  • Obtaining of Driver’s License
  • Vehicles Formalities
  • Obtaining and Renewal of Vehicles Document
  • Customs Consultations Regarding Customs Law

Banking and Securities Law

  • Rules Relating to Discharge Of Responsibilities
  • Collection Procedures and Enforcement
  • Banking Litigation
  • Bankruptcy: Debtors & Creditors