Business advisory and company secretarial services to Board of Directors of construction, real estate, furniture, agriculture, manufacturing, oil and gas and power companies of the Nadeem Group.
Investment advice and incorporation of local subsidiary of BCI Holding SA Group, manufacturers of polyurethane and other industrial chemicals.
Advisory services and registration of intellectual property of products of SEYON FASHIONS, a prominent fashion company in India.
Business advisory services to LARUS, an enterprising IP and online marketing firm in Hong-Kong on business formations in doing business in Nigeria.
Business advisory services and negotiations towards resolving the dispute between shareholders and eventual split-up of Setraco Nigeria Limited, a blue chip construction company in Nigeria.
Conveyance of a multi-million naira property at the Federal Capital Territory, Abuja and perfection of title at the Abuja Geographic Information Systems.
Suit FHC/ABJ/CS/30/2014; Femi Gbajabiamila and 4 Ors V. President, Federal Republic of Nigeria & Anor which was decided by Hon. Justice Kafarati of the Federal High Court Abuja. The suit was for the Court to declare that the Excess Crude Account was inconsistent with the provisions of Section 162 of the Constitution of the Federal Republic of Nigeria, 1999 (as amended). The Court sustained the Defendant’s Preliminary Objection and held that in light of pending suits on the subject matter before superior Courts, the suit was an abuse of court process.
Suit No. LD/012FRJ/2016; ADDAX ENERGY S.A V. Alminur Resources Ltd which was decided by Justice O.H Oshodi of the High Court of Lagos, Lagos Judicial Division. The suit was for registration and enforcement of a multi-million dollars Judgment of an English court against a Nigerian company.
Suit No. FHC/ABJ/CS/728/2018; Setraco Int’L Holdings V. Inu Umoru & Sons Nigeria Ltd & 4 Ors. which was decided by Justice Mohammed of the Federal High Court, Abuja Division. The suit was on dispute between the majority and minority shareholders arising from running of a prominent construction company in Nigeria.
Suit No. FHC/ABJ/CS/643/2019; Petra Quarries Limited V. Raja Touma before Justice Ekwo of the Federal High Court, Abuja Division. The suit is on the extent of powers of a shareholder’s representative on the company’s Board of Directors.
Appeal No. CA/L/70/2019; Willbros West Africa, Inc and 3 ors V. McDonnell Contract Mining Limited before the Court of Appeal, Lagos. The appeal is for the appellate Court to sustain the decision of the lower court that a judgment obtained at the High Court of Ghana against a company doing business in West Africa may be sustained by a Nigerian Court and the judgment enforced against Nigerian companies who bought the entire shares of the West African company.
Appeal No. CA/A/132/2020; Emmanuel Ekpenyong Esq. V. Attorney General and Minister of Justice of the Federation pending before the Court of Appeal, Abuja. The appeal urges the Court of Appeal to set aside the decision of the Federal High Court, per Hon. Justice Chikere and order the Attorney General and Minister of Justice of the Federation to promulgate an order to bring Part 1 of the Foreign Judgment Reciprocal Enforcement Act, CAP F.35, LFN, 2004 into operation.
Suit No. FHC/ABJ/CS/755/2020; Emmanuel Ekpenyong V. President, Federal Republic of Nigeria & Anor pending before Hon. Justice Maha of the Federal High Court, Abuja. The suit urges the Court to define the extent of the Right to Life under Section 33 (1) of the Constitution of the Federal Republic of Nigeria, 1999 (as amended).
Suit No. FHC/ABJ/CS/ 1076/2020; Emmanuel Ekpenyong V. The National Assembly & 2 Ors pending before Hon. Justice Taiwo of the Federal High Court, Abuja. The suit urges the Court to declare that some sections of the recent Companies and Allied Matters Act, 2020 infringes the Plaintiff’s fundamental human rights in Section 36, 38 and 40 of the Constitution of the Federal Republic of Nigeria, 1999 (as amended).
Suit No.FHC/ABJ/CS/490/2021; Emmanuel Ekpenyong Esq. V. The President of Nigeria and 2 Ors before the Federal High Court, Abuja. The suit urges the Court to hold that under Section 88 and 89 of the Constitution, the President of Nigeria is a person in Nigeria who is subject to summons of the National Assembly under its oversight functions to answer questions on steps the executive arm of government has taken to combat the spate of killings in Nigeria and to secure lives and property in Nigeria.