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Labour & Immigration Marketplace Analysis

An increase in corporate immigration activity has led to stricter rules regarding international work permits – particularly within the energy sector. Although the general consensus conveys a thriving marketplace, lawyers are dealing with an increased workload including sanctions for non-compliance matters, applications for salary increases and cases concerning the threat of strike action from large corporations and government firms. We list seven lawyers with experience in this extremely busy marketplace.

Paa Kwesi Hagan, managing partner of Globetrotters Legal, is a “leading” immigration lawyer who provides advice to global corporations, including high-net-worth companies, concerning immigration, compliance and corporate law matters. Clients describe him as a “highly intelligent” lawyer who “puts so much work into delivering comprehensive solutions to complex issues”.

Ntrakwah & Co is represented by barrister and solicitor Abena Ntrakwah-Mensah. She is a “leading light” in labour law matters and can often be called upon for “specialist employment advice” in various sectors.

Reindorf Chambers’ Doe Tsikata is responsible for the firm’s employment law cases including the conduct of negotiations with trade unions and employment contracts in the construction, hospitality and leisure sectors. She is known as “a trusted adviser” by her clients.

At AB & David Law Affiliates, Mawusi Bedjrah is a “well-known figure” whose work involves the negotiation of collective bargaining agreements with trade unions in the construction and manufacturing sectors, as well as the settlement of labour disputes and corporate immigration issues.

Minkah-Premo & Co is home to Kwaku Gyau-Baffour who is an “immigration specialist” according to his clients. He is rated for his “first-class skills” and he continues to impress with his “dedicated approach to client matters”.

Edward Obeng Marfo from Amarteifio and Co is a “formidable practitioner” who is praised for being “extremely responsive” in urgent employment-related matters.

Victoria Barth of Sam Okudzeto & Associates has “wide-ranging knowledge” of corporate matters including employment and immigration issues in the workplace.

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