TropicaLaw firm was born in the middle of a global health crisis with the aim of offering legal advice on a no-contact basis
Specialising in business, the company offers advice on contract law, trade law, and banking and financial law
The firm utilizes methods like cloud data storage, categorized digital libraries, electronic signatures on all documents and cryptography
Legal professional Rébecca Alexandra YEYE launched Tropica law in May this year, motivated by the concept of offering legal services online in order to protect both the client and legal team from the risks presented by Covid-19.
“The third industrial revolution will be recognized by the personal data of internet users, as the black gold of our century for the majority of legal and legal practitioners, but also professionals of the digital sphere.”
Rébecca Alexandra YEYE holds a master’s degree in business law, and now aims to maintain commercial relationships through legal mechanisms. Specialising in business, the company offers advice on contract law, trade law, and banking and financial law.
“Dematerialization is the basis of the concept”
Next year will see the production of a special series for clients on Rebecca’s French podcast series ‘Legally Sunny’ so they can brush up on the legal advice being offered to them while going about their daily lives, for example during exercise and travel.