About

THE LAW FIRM OF G. E. EZEUKO (SAN) & CO.

INTRODUCTION:

The law firm of G. E. Ezeuko (SAN) & Co. is a duly registered law firm in Nigeria with its offices at Onitsha and Abuja FCT. It has being in existence for over 50 years with proven expertise in diverse areas of the law.

OUR VISION:

 

To be a leading brand in provision of legal services in Africa

 

OUR MISSION:

 

To provide the most efficient and effective clientele driven services within the ambits of the Law’s highest and ethical standards. In keeping with our focus, we are constantly aware of the need to develop very close relationship with our clients with emphasis on cost reduction and timely delivery of qualitative legal services.

We also do this by using our legal knowledge and business skills in the delivery of personalized professional services in a friendly manner within a conducive environment.

 

AREAS OF SPECIALIZATION:

Given the fact that the Firm has enjoyed outstanding leadership from two eminent Senior Advocates and other Senior Lawyers who have valiantly distinguished themselves in the practice of law, the Firm has established a firm track record in the following areas:

  • Civil Litigation
  • Land/Succession Matter
  • Alternate Dispute Resolution
  • Family Law
  • Financial and Investment Legal Advisory Services
  • Alternative Dispute Resolution Services, particularly Arbitration
  • Legal Documentation
  • Criminal Representations
  • Trade Marks and Patents Procurement/Registrations
  • Intellectual and Real Property Consultations
  • Corporate Law Practice and Consultancy
  • International Corporate/ Commercial Transaction Advisers
  • Election Petitions
  • Tax Law Consultations/Services
  • Energy and Natural Resource Law Practice.
  • Oil and Gas Law

 

What Our Client Say

Having a ready and efficient Team to handle Legal issues is a necessity. And our Clients attest to that.

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Having Ezeuko SAN and Co. Handle our legal matters has made life much easier. The decision in NACEEN V. BEWAC is clearly an authority that it is the replacement cost that is the basis of damage rather than actual value of the good at the time of wrongful detinue

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