From their creation to the termination of their activities (dissolution), businesses, commercial companies or economic interest groups, experience various types of difficulties requiring their restructuring in order to optimize their means or to raise them from bankruptcy.
To this effect, the intervention of a lawyer experienced in this field is essential and requires a legal know-how crucial for the success of the operation envisaged. The prevention of risks and the assurance of the greatest possible legal security can be implemented by the lawyer in order to support the company’s activity.
In this respect, Elite Law Firm offers advice and legal assistance to clients, both private and public companies, as well as companies with a special regime, in the various financial and operational restructuring procedures concerning companies in difficulty.
Elite Law Firm’s lawyers and experts have proven expertise and experience in the organization, monitoring and prosecution, both in defense and in application, of preventive conciliation, preventive settlement, curative reorganization and liquidation procedures aimed at preserving the economic activities and employment levels of debtor companies and reorganizing companies in difficulty.
Elite Law Firm also assists and represents its clients in restructuring procedures from the point of view of labor law, particularly in the procedure of dismissal for economic reasons, the procedure of transfer of employees with or without the preservation of their seniority, negotiations with trade union delegations, the elaboration of agreements for the transfer of personnel or for the amicable termination of employment contracts, the procedures for obtaining the required authorizations from the competent administrative authorities, as well as the monitoring of the execution of restructuring measures at all levels.
We have offices in The Democratic Republic of Congo (Kinshasa, Lubumbashi and Kolwezi), and soon will be opening additional offices in Johannesburg (South Africa) and Brazzaville (Republic of Congo).