MR. MOHAMED TALHAOUI
– Co-founder and Managing Director –
AREAS OF EXPERTISE
- Canadian Business Law
- Specialist in joint stock companies
- Economic Immigration Law
DEGREES AND HONOURS
- A postgraduate degree in Comparative Law of French-speaking African Countries – University of Perpignan, France
- A postgraduate diploma (DESS) in space and telecommunications law – University of Paris Sud
- A graduate degree in European Union law – University of Panthéon-Assas Paris 2, France
- Member of the Quebec Bar
- Member of the Quebec Latin-American Chamber of Commerce, the Al Maghreb Chamber of Commerce and Industry in Canada and member of the Canada-Morocco Skills Forum
Mr. TALHAOUI STANDS OUT BY VIRTUE OF HIS EXPERIENCE IN BUSINESS LAW IN CANADA
Mr. Talhaoui is a member of the Quebec Bar. He stands out, among others, by virtue of his experience in business law in Canada, particularly on the corporate aspects of private corporations. Among his accomplishments, he supervised four share capital increases between 2008 and 2015. The total value of these increases was over $70 million. He is also a member of several foreign chambers of commerce. As such, his practice also focuses on economic immigration law in Canada.
Mr. Talhaoui studied law in Morocco, France and Quebec. Since 2001, he holds an undergraduate degree in private law from the University of Rabat in Morocco. In 2005, he obtained a postgraduate degree in Comparative Law of French-speaking African countries from the University of Perpignan, France. He also holds a postgraduate diploma (DESS) in space and telecommunications law from the University of Paris Sud 11, and a graduate degree in European Union law from the University of Panthéon-Assas Paris 2, France. Mohamed has also successfully completed the law equivalence program at the University of Montreal (UDEM). He was then admitted to the Quebec Bar.
Mohamed started his legal practice in 2007, in Paris. He was then practising at ITEANU & ASSOCIÉS, a firm specialized in information technology. In 2009, he participated in the project to sell a subsidiary within the Vivendi group as a legal advisor. This major project between SFR and Maroc Telecom was worth $75 million.
As in-house counsel, Mr. Talhaoui was also primarily responsible for the regulatory compliance of an operator’s activities related to the telecommunications and personal data protection sectors. On the one hand, he coordinated the operator’s actions with national regulatory authorities. This included in particular the French regulatory authority for electronic and postal communications (ARCEP) and the French National Commission on Informatics and Liberty (CNIL). In addition, he acted as liaison between the operator and the investigators with regard to judicial requisitions. As part of this experience, Mr. Talhaoui worked on investment operations in the operator’s share capital. The latter was under the control of French and Moroccan shareholders of the international group Vivendi.
Talhaoui Avocat remains at your disposal.
remains at your disposal.