Corporate Law in Rwanda
Based in Kigali, M. ABAYO LAW FIRM is a recommended Law Firm with a long and successful track record of offering high quality legal services to a wide range of clients including individuals with an overwhelming focus to business entities. The strategic and easily accessible location of the Law Firm enables its clients to easily access other legal services providing institutions including but not limited to the Registrar General’s office for companies and intellectual property registration, the Supreme Court of Rwanda, the National Public Prosecution Authority, the Ministry of Justice, the Parliament, the National Land Center and Notary Offices.
Services of M. ABAYO LAW FIRM are not only recognized in Rwanda but also regionally as the firm has collaboration with other famous and leading Law Firms in the East African Region which enables the firm to offer a variety of legal services in the region. The Law Firm discharges its responsibilities with the intervention of experienced advocates based in the firm both enrolled with Rwanda Bar Association and the East African Law Society (EALS) with the ability to work in either of the Official Languages (English, French and Kinyarwanda) depending on the client’s choice.
M. ABAYO LAW FIRM serves national, regional and international clients and complies with regulations of the Rwanda Bar Association and East African Law Society. We have won many complex and desperate cases in the Supreme Court and other courts.Show more +
Nana Asamoah Tannor is a sensational lawyer with rich knowledge and expertise in corporate and commercial law. He is a Barrister at law, Solicitor, an Arbitrator, and SAP Business One Consultant. He is smart contract enthusiast and his past exposure and experience in Enterprise Resource Planning Application (ERP) and Data Base Management implementation makes him a top-notch in tech-law as well.
He is an astute member of the Rwanda Bar Association, the East African Law Society, an Associate Member of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators, (CIArb, UK), and also a member of the Young International Council for Commercial Arbitration. He heads the Intellectual Property and Technology Department at M. ABAYO Law Firm of M. ABAYO law firm, a leading law firm in Rwanda. He holds a Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration, a degree in Law and also an LLM Candidate.Show more +