Business law office in Casablanca- MOROCCO

Hajji et associes est un cabinet d’avocat d’affaires international à Casablanca Maroc

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HAJJI & ASSOCIés

BUSINESS LAW OFFICE IN CASABLANCA MOROCCO

OUR CLIENTS
Since its creation, Hajji & Associés has quickly stand out for it professorial skills to become a reference player in his discipline. Strong by the satisfaction of its clients and the quality of its services, the firm placed itself as a reference provider in professional services. Hajji & Associates firm includes in-house lawyers and the quality of its services is recognized across the leading law firms and international in-house lawyers from multinational firms.
OUR LAWYERS
Hajji & Associés has built its internal organization around a culture that favours collaborative and cross-functional work. Indeed, the firm strives to create complementarity within its legal team to offer its clients services of excellence and high added value. In addition, Hajji & Associés is attentive to the personal and cognitive development of its lawyers, it provides them with training programs in Morocco and abroad, in order to stay connected of changes in the legal environment, and to share and infuse internally the new practices in force in the field of law.

RELEVANT, CROSS-FUNCTIONAL AND TAILOR-MADE SERVICES

Hajji & Associés deploys an integrated approach encompassing all the data relating to the files of its clients in order to provide them with the development of best scenarios that suit their expectations.

MAIN BUSINESS FIELDS

LEGAL ADVICE & STUDIES
DISPUTE RESOLUTION & REPRESENTATION
ARBITRATION & MEDIATION

A MULTIDISCIPLINARY TEAM

Hajji & Associés has been supporting its clients for nearly 28 years in key moments of their activities, outbreaks, growth and development by offering them its multidisciplinary skills and know-how, at national and international level.

PUBLICATIONS

QUID JURIS

QUID JURIS

A PERIODIC LEGAL POINT OF VIEW ABOUT INTERESTING TOPICS. 

ARTICLES & COMMENTS

ARTICLES & COMMENTS

TEXTS WRITTEN BY FIRM LAWYERS AND PUBLISHED IN NATIONAL AND INTERNATIONAL LEGAL JOURNALS.

Seminars & Conferences

SEMINARS & CONFERENCES

PARTICIPATIONS AND INTERVENTIONS OF THE FIRM'S LAWYER IN LAWS'S FIELD EVENTS . AT BOTH, NATIONAL AND INTERNATIONAL LEVEL.

BOOKS & THESIS

BOOKS & THESIS

THE LEGAL LITERATURE IS IN THE PROCESS OF PREPARATION, FOR A PUBLICATION IN THE NEAR FUTURE.

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Bill N 88-17 relating to the creation of companies by electronic means.

On January 26, 2018, the General Secretariat of the Government published draft law n 88-17 relating to the creation of companies by electronic means. This bill provides that the electronic creation of companies will be done through an electronic platform whose maintenance and management will be entrusted to the OMPIC. This platform would become the only procedure to follow for the creation of companies in Morocco and a monitoring committee would be set up to support the creation of companies by electronic means. This bill covers not only the formalities to be followed for the creation of companies but also all registrations and legal deposits for which companies registered in the commercial register are required. However, this dematerialized formality will not exempt companies from filing a paper copy with the commercial register, the articles of association, the minutes of the ordinary general meeting as well as a sworn statement made by the applicant. the veracity of the content of the documents filed. These formalities could be carried out by the founder(s) directly, by an agent with a special principal, by the regional investment centers or through professionals, in particular chartered accountants, chartered accountants, notaries and lawyers. It should be noted that the bill exempts professionals from having powers to carry out business creation formalities. However, said powers remain necessary for the completion of registrations and legal deposits. It should be noted that the bill exempts professionals from having powers to carry out business creation formalities. However, said powers remain necessary for the completion of registrations and legal deposits. Regarding the payment of duties and taxes that will be due following the creation of a business, registrations or legal deposits, they should be paid to the commercial register. Finally, the bill provides for a transition phase of six (6) months for the passage from the creation of companies with the trade register by paper medium to the creation by electronic means.