Shpati Hoxha
Name: Shpati Hoxha
Firm Name: Hoxha, Memi & Hoxha
Jurisdiction: Albania
Practice Area: Employment Law

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Professional Biography:

Shpati Hoxha is a partner and one of the founders of HM&H. His practice focuses on corporate law, trade and competition matters, IP and IT law. Shpati advises investors on a wide range of business issues, including governance, market conduct, M&As, project financing, distribution and trade agreements, technology transfer, trademark enforcement, data protection, privacy, security and internet law. Shpati has moreover a significant experience in energy projects  in the energy and natural resources sector and has assisted clients in a number of high value M&A, financing and PPP transactions.

He has been involved in the drafting of key business related Acts, such as the commercial registry law (effective from 2007), the company law (effective from 2008), the takeover law (effective from 2010) and the new cross-border merger law (effective from 2012). Shpati received a J.D. equivalent in comparative commercial law from Turin University Law School. He is qualified for representation before all levels of the Albanian judiciary.


Albanian Bar – 2003

Albanian Trademark Attorney – 2005


JD, Turin University Law School, Turin, Italy – 2002

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Firm Description

Hoxha, Memi & Hoxha is a full service business law firm. We cover all core areas of business law to assist clients in the development of their businesses, starting from company formation to financing the business and including tax planning, employment issues, obtaining licenses and permits, acquiring assets and property, entering into complex transactions or dealing with disputes.

HM&H has successfully handled some of Albania’s largest and most complex transactions. We have counselled public and private acquirers and targets in M&A transactions and in the privatization of state assets. Our firm has extensive experience in the main sectors of the Albanian economy, including the following sectors: banking, insurance and financial, energy, natural resources, infrastructure, retail and distribution, tourism, real estate, construction, telecommunications, media & technology.