International law

In 2013, FENEON DELABRIERE AVOCAT tendered and was retained for the performance of two missions in International Law.

Drafting the Staff Regulations of an international reference organization based in Africa.

Carried out over several months, this mission was undertaken by Antoine DELABRIERE and Orphée HADDAD to first establish an overview of the previous legislation, its application and the « best international practices » relating thereto.

Several business trips in Africa were necessary to meet the project managers and to obtain feedback from different groups of employees and their representative institutions.

This mission’s report and the preliminary draft of the new Regulations have been filed and are currently being validated.

Feasibility study of a subcontracting law

Furthermore, FENEON DELABRIERE AVOCAT was retained to draft a Feasibility study relating to the adoption of a future OHADA Uniform Act on Subcontracting.

This Uniform Act, which principle was agreed upon by the Heads of State in Ouagadougou in October 2013, shall apply to all 17 member States.

As part of this study, the Law Firm had to draw up the inventory of local legislation on subcontracting and to study the laws that constitute relevant references at the international level.

The study was presented in the OHADA Head Office in Yaoundé by Antoine DELABRIERE in November 2013.