A fully integrated and multi-dimensional business law practice, with over 60 years of combined experience providing advisory, dispute resolution and support services to a diversified client base, including individuals, corporate organizations, multinationals and government agencies.
George Etomi & Partners was established in Lagos in 1984, and is one of the foremost commercial law firms in Nigeria with offices strategically located in Lagos, Abuja and Port Harcourt. As legal pioneers, we have been involved in offering unrivalled solutions across various sectors including Aviation, Energy and Infrastructure, Financial Services, Telecommunications, Public Sector, etc.
Ajumogobia & Okeke (“A&O”, “We” or the “Firm”) is a leading full service commercial law firm with its head office in Lagos, Nigeria. We embrace our local and international knowledge to complete our clients’ transactions and enable our clients to achieve their objectives. Our correspondent relationships with firms in the United Kingdom, Europe, Asia, the United States of America and Africa enable us to draw on global experience and expertise, complementing our ability to provide effective and cost efficient services.
Founded in 1984, the Firm has established its reputation by acquiring unrivalled knowledge of its clients’ business sectors, as well as strong and long-standing contacts throughout the commercial sector. The Firm is a multi-partner law practice with diverse expertise at the partner level and firm-wide.
A&O has established a reputation for providing cutting-edge legal advice using best practice techniques and solutions to meet our client’s demands. The Firm currently has lawyers organised into dedicated practice groups, which enable us to offer a full complement of commercial legal services from our offices, which are strategically located in the commercial capital, Lagos, the centre of the oil and gas industry, Port-Harcourt and the seat of government in Abuja. In addition, A&O has competent paralegals that support the work of its lawyers.
Over the years, A&O has drawn on the unique expertise and experience of its staff, acquired from within the public and private sectors of the Nigerian economy. Mr. H. Odein Ajumogobia SAN, senior partner of the Firm, served the Government of Nigeria at the State and Federal levels. Between 2007 and 2010 he served as Minister of State for Energy/Petroleum Resources in the Federal Government. He returned to the Firm in 2011, bringing his considerable wealth of experience to bear on transactions involving the Firm’s clients.
A&O brings to bear a highly coordinated and multi-disciplinary team that designs and implements creative, value maximising solutions to complex matters. Working in an efficient and seamless manner among its offices and practice groups in Abuja, Lagos and Port Harcourt, A&O provides client-specific solutions based on the unique circumstances of each transaction.
The Firm has over the years provided a broad range of legal services to numerous corporate clients. A&O has considerable and varied experience in a wide range of practice areas, such as Energy Resources & Environment, Oil and Gas, Banking & Finance, Taxation, Foreign Investments, Capital Markets, Mergers and Acquisitions, Reconstructions, Intellectual Property, Shipping/Maritime, Commercial Litigation, Aircraft & Aviation, Arbitration and Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR).
SEFTON FROSS is a full-service law firm in Nigeria with market-leading expertise in Banking & Finance, Energy & Natural Resources, and Corporate & M&A. We render solution-oriented services to domestic and international clients across several industry sectors on the establishment and operations of their businesses and the structuring and implementation of abstruse transactions. We are well known for the depth of our legal analysis, the propriety of our legal advice, and our excellent documentation capabilities, which not only reduces the costs of doing business for clients but also brings clarity and certainly to their transactions.
We are also actively involved in financial law reform.