Whyly is a lawyer at the Cameroon Bar Association since 2015.
Whyly holds a masters 2 degree from the University of Yaounde
II-Soa and a professional masters 2 degree in African cyberspace
law from the Gaston Berger University in Senegal. He also holds a
certificate in intellectual property from the World Intellectual
Property Organisation. He joined Z&P in January 2019 after four years at the Claude Assira
and Mireille Bella Etoundi law firm in Yaounde Cameroon where he
acquired an in-depth knowledge of legal practice in various areas of
the law. He provides litigational and legal advisory services and has
assisted clients in specialized institutions in Cameroon such as the
National Competition Committee, the Budget and Financial
Disciplinary Council, the Special Criminal Court and the Chamber of
Conciliation and Arbitration. Since joining Z&P, Whyly has proved to be an invaluable member of
the team. He advises clients in project financing, commercial and
corporate transactions, banking and finance, employment and
white collar crime. His experience includes the following:
- Advising BMCE Bank in the financing of the development of solar grids within 15 rural councils in Cameroon,
- Advising Douala Retail and Convention Centre in the construction of the Douala Grand Mall,
- Furthermore, he has advised both national and international clients in the areas of e-money and cryptocurrency, telecoms and intellectual property law, data privacy law and debt recovery.
Whyly’s experience in litigation at Z&P is vast. He has defended
clients in civil, commercial, labour and criminal litigation before all
courts, including clients such as Maesrk, Kribi Conteneur Terminal,
Ecobank, Yara Cameroun, Douala International Terminal, etc.