Rubeya and Company Advocates, Burundi, Rubeya

In addition to general business law matters, the firm specializes in new sectors of the Burundi business market, including:
•    Mining and Minerals
•    Telecommunications
•    Hospitality and Leisure
•    Energy
•    Banking and Finance
•    Projects and Infrastructure


The law firm currently operates through three departments:
1) Corporate
This department has vast experience in setting up companies, conducting due diligence exercises for mergers and acquisitions, advising on competition compliance requirements and licensing.
The department comprises four sections:
•    Intellectual Property
•    Human Resources
•    Immigration law 
•    Company Secretarial Services
Rubeya & Co has the oldest Intellectual Property practice in Burundi, with an emphasis on trade marks, industrial designs and patents.

2) Projects, Finance & Tax
The firm is involved in various projects, including PPP contracts in major sectors such as hotels and leisure, transport and infrastructure.
Many local and multinational companies come to the firm for practical legal advice on tax implications for company operations including income tax and excise tax  to name a few.
The firm works with various reputable audit firms based in Burundi and abroad.

3) Litigation & Arbitration
The law firm has the capability of handling very large litigation portfolios. The firm has eleven years of experience in this field, and  has a clear understanding of the complexity of procedures and interpretation of laws. 
Based on the firm’s experience, they won a public tender to comment on 30 of the most important litigation cases in the Burundi jurisdiction handled by the Burundian High Court and Courts of Appeal since 1962.
Rubeya & Company Advocates
Contacts :
Office address : 28,rue de l’industrie, PARIDE SELLA Building, Apartment No. 6, First Floor.
E mail :  willy@rubeya or claver@rubeya.bi

Rubeya and Co Advocates is a member of the DLA Piper Africa Group, an alliance of leading independent law firms working together  across Africa.