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We provide independent advice based on established research methods, and our experts have in-depth sector knowledge. We have a strong client focus and we provide more than simply a report or analysis. We strive to give expert advice and support based on our economic expertise, as well as communicate facts to our customers.

In economics, competition is the rivalry among sellers trying to achieve such goals as increasing profits, market share, and sales volume by varying the elements of the marketing mix: price, product, distribution, and promotion

Employment law is one of the fastest moving areas in the legal field.  It is imperative that employers and employees keep themselves appraised of the many changes brought in by current legislation.

We help our clients by quantifying the economic value of various kinds of intellectual property and intangible assets, employing state-of-the art economic models.

It is always important to plan for the future and making a will is essential if you want to ensure that your property is distributed in the way you wish after your death

Banking in Nigeria is considered an essential service, and with 25 banks, anyone willing to do business will need an expert to be able to navigate the system

We have had many years experience in advising and representing clients on all aspects of commercial disputes whether personal or corporate business issues. We will identify the shortest route to obtain the maximum benefit for our clients and in the most economic manner

Telecommunication Law is a broad area of practice which includes legislation for television and radio broadcasting, cable systems and transmission, wireless networks, radio frequencies and multimedia to name a few.

Contract Law deals with obligations established by express or implied agreements between private parties

Taxation is a governmental assessment upon property value, transactions, estates of the deceased, licenses granting a right and/or income, and duties on imports from foreign countries.

Energy and climate policy instruments are important influences on today’s national economies. Climate ambitions are typically pursued using a mix of policy instruments such as taxes and subsidies to renewable energy.

As a type of property, Intellectual Property (IP) refers to the intangible. In contrast to real property and personal property, it refers to what the minds of men and women have created, usually expressed or translated into a tangible form that is assigned certain rights of property

Admiralty concerns activities which occur at sea. This includes small boats and ships in bays that are deep and wide enough for ships to be steered or guided.