Commercial lawThe Commercial Code of November 5, 1867 was mainly inspired by French law with some important differences, especially with regard to legal liquidation, commercial pledge, pledge of money and pledge securities.
Some discipline, interrelated with commercial law, that arose in European countries pursuant to the Community law, did not develop in Monaco since Community law does not apply.
However this statement must be tempered since, by means of treaties entered by Monaco, Community law may be de facto applicable in the Principality.
For example, there are no specific competition law regulations, therefore caution is required when drafting a contract.
We assist our clients in negotiating and drafting commercial agreements and we represent them in litigation or arbitration. We can also assist our clients during mediation sessions.
Patricia KEMAYOU MENGUE
Former lawyer of Paris Bar
Associate - Head of the Business Law Department
After spending several years in an international law firm in Paris, Patricia KEMAYOU MENGUE joined ABN Monaco Bank as an in-house counsel prior to joining our firm in 2001. Due to her legal and operational knowledge of the banking sector, Patricia KEMAYOU MENGUE is the preferred contact for professionals. Her integral knowledge of litigation enables her to skilfully advise clients when negotiating and drafting international contracts. She heads the Business Law Department.
She holds a First Degree Masters in Business and Tax Law from the University of Bourgogne and a Second Degree Masters in Business Law from the University of Dijon. She was admitted to the Paris Bar in 1995.
She is fluent in French and in English and also enjoys speaking Spanish.
Business law, Banking Regulations, Financial Law.
Phone: +377 97 70 40 70
Email : firstname.lastname@example.org