Angel Mba Abeso Obono

Angel Mba Abeso Obono: Attorney with Centurion LLP
  • Associate at Centurion LLP (60 Attorneys)
  • Parques de Africa, Barrio Caracolas, Malabo, Equatorial Guinea
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Biography

Angel is an associate in our Malabo office's litigation and dispute resolution practice. He focuses on dispute resolution strategies, including assessment of claims and potential litigation risks, and his area of expertise includes Ohada, corporate law, Oil and Gas, civil and arbitration law, mediation, and international investment law. Angel graduated from the Universidad Nacional de Guinea Ecuatorial (UNGE ), where he earned a law degree with distinction. He has also participated in training programs in the United States on various litigation skills. Prior to joining Centurion, he worked as a principal for a private school in Malabo, Equatorial Guinea.

Areas of Practice (6)

  • OHADA
  • Tax Law
  • Company Law
  • Equatorial Guinea Laws and Regulations Employment Law
  • Regulatory and Administrative Law
  • Litigation

Education & Credentials

Contact Information:
+240-222-781-613  Phone
www.centurionlawfirm.com
Law School Attended:
Universidad Nacional de Guinea Ecuatorial, Law Degree
Year of First admission:
2009
Admission:
2009, Equatorial Guinea
Memberships:
Equatorial Guinea Bar Association
Languages:
Spanish, English and French
Birth Information:
August 7, 1979
ISLN:
922318987
Transactions:
*Advising the oil and gas service companies on employment law with a focus on restructuring overflow staff, adapting work places, modifying remuneration agreements and agreed pay scale classifications etc.
Representing a client in court on a claim for recovery of damages caused by improper performance of a contract.
*Representing and defending a major oil services company in the first and appellate instance courts in Malabo against a claim of former contractor.
*Representing and defending an international oilfield services company in courts against a substantial claim by a state agency.
*Advising an entrepreneur on the acquisition of fast food restaurant chain in from the USA to Equatorial Guinea.
*Advising clients on establishing legal entities, branches, and representative offices and conducting business in the Equatorial Guinea, as well as related corporate, commercial, employment, and immigration matters.
*Advising a medical service contractor in relation to the drafting and negotiations of a concession contract for the operation of a public hospital in Equatorial Guinea.
*Representing an American provider of commercial cleaning, sanitation and hygiene solutions in distribution agreements contracts in Equatorial Guinea
*Representing a US insurance company in the construction of a hospital in the mainland of Equatorial Guinea

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