The Firm is particularly proficient in all areas of law pertaining to businesses, corporate commercial, banking and finance, regulatory compliance, dispute resolution, international trade, real estate, employment, immigration, IP and acts on a wide range of legal matters. As pacesetters, the Firm is strategically positioned to offer legal services on all matters related to, and arising from, various economic activities, from inception to completion. Equipped with forward-thinking and progressive minds, the Firm uses modern and innovative legal concepts in solving the most complex legal challenges, transactions and disputes while also providing succinct legal advisory on local and foreign laws with particular expertise on Nigerian, English and American (New York) laws.
Seun took my idea and helped me turn it into a profitable company in less than 6 months.
Seun is a studious lawyer who treats her clients with a lot of professionalism, diligence and patience. She is very informed and skilled, with a unique nature that is at once personable as it is focused on delivery. She sees the big picture and molds it to deliver satisfaction in whatever issue she is handling. It was a pleasure working with her.
Seun was very professional. As soon as I got the draft (and this was very quick in my opinion) and went through it, I knew I made the right decision working with her. Her notes and explanations were very useful. After some minor changes here and there, we had a contract that was accepted by both parties. The agreement has been renewed three times with no issues. I will recommend Seun & her firm for excellent customer satisfaction and speedy turn around.
S. O. Oloruntimehin & Co. worked closely with us to understand our needs and helped in formulating ideas and realizing our goals while providing innovative solutions to our challenges.
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