Maxwell Amihere is a Senior Associate with Addison Bright Sloane and has a rich range of expertise garnered from handling corporate and investment matters, consulting, litigation, and from facilitating a myriad of legal transactions.
He is a seasoned corporate lawyer and has led the legal teams of major Companies in Ghana with industry areas covering Banking and Finance, Oil and Gas infrastructure, Environmental Management, Natural Resources Concession, and Public-Private Partnerships. His other areas of practice include Litigation, ADR, and Corporate Governance.
Most recently, he was the Head of Legal for the SPV that was working towards the establishment of what would have been Ghana’s first Oil and Gas rig repair and ship fabrication Sea Port on a Public-Private Partnership platform between the Government of Ghana and a multinational company.
For over 6 years, he served as Legal Advisor for a multi-industry Conglomerate and Ghana’s largest private employer with over 30 subsidiaries across Ghana, Angola, Zambia, Equatorial Guinea, Liberia and Dubai. As Head of Legal for this Group, he oversaw all legal operations of the Group in the various countries where it operated. He has good experience helping companies foray into new markets especially on the African continent.
He is a member of the Institute of Directors in Ghana and has served on several Corporate Boards.
Maxwell obtained an LLB (Hons) from the University of Ghana, Legon and is qualified to practice in Ghana.
Justice Oteng is an associate at Addison Bright Sloane. His area of focus is dispute resolution – in particular, property, insurance, general commercial disputes, banking litigation and arbitration. Justice’s practice also includes human rights, family law, anti-corruption, white-collar crime and military law. Justice has represented a wide range of local and international businesses, government organisations, developers and investors. He was the legal officer for the Ghanaian Battalion operating under the United Nations Mission in South Sudan in 2017.
Justice is a graduate of the University of Ghana and the Ghana School of Law. He is a member of the Ghana Bar Association.
Elsie Gyan is an associate at Addison Bright Sloane. Her areas of interest are corporate and commercial, dispute resolution, anti-corruption and energy (oil, gas and power).
Elsie holds a BA (First Class Honours) in Psychology and Sociology from the University of Ghana. She also holds a Qualifying Certificate in Law (B.L) from the Ghana School of Law and an L.L.B Degree from the University of Ghana, Legon.