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Our business re-organization and insolvency group combines expertise in commercial and financial services law to provide effective solutions and advise in all business re-organization and insolvency situations.

The firm provides business advice to companies and corporate shareholders in all aspects of insolvency law, including schemes of arrangement, restructuring and re-organization, either as part of new investments, or resulting from corporate receiverships and liquidations. We represent clients in out-of court workouts, debt restructurings, acquisitions, and liquidations.

The firm regularly represents a wide variety of parties including creditors, debtors, trustees, receivers, landlords, buyers, sellers, equity holders and bondholders. The briefs that the firm undertakes on behalf of its clients at the Corporate Affairs Commission range from Pre-incorporation to Post incorporation services.

The Pre-incorporation services include, the preparation of incorporation documents, filing same on behalf of clients and following up same to get such companies, business names, partnership, incorporated trustees and/or association under parts “A”, “B” and “C” respectively of the Companies and Allied Matters Act registered.

Our Post incorporation assignments include obtaining of certified copies of filed documents, conducting legal searches, paying and filing of annual returns, processing and filing of documents of increase in the share capital of companies, change of company and of business names, filing documents, resolutions etc. for change or alteration of company directors and/or shareholders, alteration of memorandum of articles of association and other forms of transactions carried out at the Corporate Affairs Commission.

At the Trademark and Patent registration office, the firm undertakes the registration of trademarks, patents, designs, logos, get-up e.t.c. on behalf of its clients. It also carries out a wide range of capital market operations for its clients at the Security and Exchange Commission. The firm when required by its clients may attend management and or any other meeting with or on behalf of its client especially where the discussions therein may require its immediate legal opinion before resolutions could be reached.