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Maître Méridor Kongota Ndelo, who has experience in IP and corporate law, will manage the company's office in Gombe, Kinshasa.
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ABG IP says the promotions recognise staff performance, improve gender equality and lower the average age among partners, and secure its values and position in the market.
Pair join from Kirkland & Ellis and bring “expertise and connections” in complex commercial disputes.
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