Chafter Raouadi has been a market leader in litigation and arbitration in Tunisia for decades.
We represent clients in civil, administrative and criminal litigation, international arbitration.
Our clients cover a broad range of industries, including banking & finance, pharmaceuticals, high-tech and telecommunications, insurance, construction and energy.
Across these sectors, clients rely on our natural understanding of their business needs and our fine grasp of the technical and scientific disciplines at the core of their operations.
Our firm’s distinctive features, including cost-effective and target-oriented case make us a preferred choice as counsel.
Our litigation practice has been a principal player for commercial and corporate disputes in Tunisia.
As one of the leading shareholders’ litigation firms, we have a strong record of success in all of this area.
The firm is also frequently retained to act in banking and finance litigation and we represent major corporations and individuals in regulatory enforcement matters and white-collar criminal investigations. We also have significant experience in advising private clients on disputes relating to their inheritance matters.
We have a long and successful track record in litigation before the Tunisian courts and administrative authorities, including appeals before the Tunisian Supreme Court. Our clients have the benefit of our expertise in all areas of business law.
Chafter Raouadi represents clients in commercial arbitrations and related court and enforcement proceedings. We act in ad hoc and institutional arbitrations governed by Tunisian or foreign law.
Our attorneys have been involved in several international arbitrations, either as counsel for a party or sitting as arbitrators.
The firm is regularly involved either in ad hoc arbitrations or arbitration under the rules of arbitral institutions.
We regularly act in cases involving distribution, joint ventures, R&D, technology transfers, financing, sales of goods.
Our attorneys are able to communicate with clients and conduct cases in English, French and Arabic and have an excellent understanding of the civil law and the common law traditions.