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Pragmatic legal solutions you can trust

We look at the law differently

BANN & Associates is a diverse, creative law firm with a strong emphasis on providing pragmatic legal advice. We have a wealth of experience in working with well established companies to resolve their legal issues. We are enthusiastic about working with foreign entities doing business in Ghana. Our aim is to provide advice and assistance that will help businesses grow and flourish in Ghana.

We focus on the specific needs of the client to provide a bespoke service.

Our services

Corporate support

We are dedicated to the expansion of business within Ghana and across the continent. We work with our clients through each stage of their growth.

IP law

IP is a valuable asset and requires dedication to ensure it is protected. We have a wealth of experience assisting clients in this complicated area of law.

Family wealth and trusts

Our clients want to know that they have made provisions for their family and loved ones and that their inheritance is protected.

Employment law/Compliance

We provide day-to-day support for companies navigating through the employment laws and regulations of Ghana

Corporate immigration

This service is particularly focused on companies wanting to hire foreign employees.

Entertainment law

The entertainment industry is fast developing in Ghana. The legal services we provide to this industry include drafting and reviewing contracts for artists and record labels

Property law

We have a wealth of experience of working with commercial property management and development companies with contentious and non-contentious issues.

Dispute resolution

Legal disputes are costly, time-consuming and disruptive to business. We do all we can to help our clients avoid litigation.

Art law

Ghana has an emerging contemporary art market with Ghanaian artwork gaining worldwide exposure. This has resulted in high value art transactions locally and internationally.

Inter-country adoption

The adoption procedure can be very frustrating for applicants and that frustration is multiplied for inter-country adoption applicants.