Our Firm Overview
The firm engages in commercial practice as well as civil litigation. It also provides commercial as well as legal advice to its constantly increasing clientele. Members of the firm specialise in the field of law relating to local as well as international finance, joint ventures, commercial transactions, investments, oil and gas, arbitration, insolvency practice, restructuring of debt obligations and structuring of financial transactions, mergers and acquisitions, trade negotiations and recovery of debts. The firm has a well-developed practice of assisting individual and corporate clients in the aforementioned areas.
In addition, members of the firm have been involved in negotiating on behalf of corporate clients in relation to matters involving their operations both within and outside Nigeria. The firm has also been involved in negotiating and drafting contracts between its clients and private investors. Members of the firm are encouraged to participate in various local as well as international legal seminars as a means of updating their legal skills and expertise to meet the needs of our various clients.
The firm offers legal representation, advice and assistance in the following areas:
General Solicitors Practice
Insolvency and Business Recovery
Employment and Professional Negligence
Commercial Transactions and International Investment
Real Estate Finance & Investment, perfection of title to land, negotiation and documentation of building contracts
Oil and Gas
Intellectual Property Law, Patents and Designs
Probate and Administration of Estates
Company Incorporation and Company Secretarial Services
Aviation, Marine and Transport Insurance Claims
Workmen’s Compensation Insurance Claims
Life and Personal Injury Claims
General Legal Consultancy
In addition to the above, the firm is a member of the following professional bodies;
i. The Nigerian Bar Association
ii. Business Recovery and Insolvency Practitioners Association of Nigeria (“BRIPAN”)
iii. Insol International: International Federation of Insolvency Practitioners, UK.
iv. Industrial Property Law Interest Group, Nigeria (IPIG’)
v. Lagos Chamber of Commerce and Industry (“LCCI”)