Romuald Wadagni signs on Squire Patton Boggs to strengthen Benin-US ties

Romuald Wadagni signs on Squire Patton Boggs to strengthen Benin-US ties

With 1,500 lawyers worldwide and 45 offices in 20 countries, the American firm has advised public oil companies in Africa and private operators in mining, telecoms, electricity, and infrastructure. 

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            ▪ Romuald Wadagni signs on Squire Patton Boggs to strengthen Benin-US ties

▪ With 1,500 lawyers worldwide and 45 offices in 20 countries, the American firm has advised public oil companies in Africa and private operators in mining, telecoms, electricity, and infrastructure. 

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As part of its mandate in Benin, Squire Patton Boggs LLP was contracted by the Presidency of the Republic, Patrice Talon – reappointed last year for a second term – to fulfil a double mission. First, it is to “review the bilateral relationship with the United States in order to assist the government in Cotonou in developing a strategy to enhance this relationship” and second, to “support the Beninese government in the implementation of this bilateral strategy”.

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