Hermon Legal Practitioners’ corporate and commercial law practice group provides extensive business and legal advisory services to institutional and private clients from our Lagos Offices. We help our esteemed clients to navigate Nigeria’s complex commercial world.
Business entities and sophisticated business people understand that they need the services of seasoned lawyers to help them achieve their business objectives. They need lawyers and law firms that adequately understand their special legal needs and the needs of their businesses so they can operate at optimum level.
While we offer a full range of corporate and commercial law services for the success of our clients, Hermon Legal Practitioners also focus on other sub-practices of our corporate practice that are of integral importance to the success of our clients’ business enterprises. We draw upon a multi-dimensional understanding of these practice groups to provide a multi-faceted capacity to delve into our clients’ businesses. This helps us to leverage our combined expertise to ensure we provide cost-effective solutions that aims only at actively helping our clients succeed.
Our Corporate and Commercial Law Sub-Practices
These focus practice groups helps us deliver top-notch services to clients:
Our Company Secretarial practice encompasses business and sector advisory where we routinely advise our institutional and corporate clients on the best type of business vehicle that will be best suited for their business needs in Nigeria. We also undertake the registration of companies, keep and maintain relevant statutory company Books of record and file statutory and other relevant notices at the Corporate Affairs Commission.
As your Legal Secretary, our Lagos Corporate-Commercial practice group would perform a wide spectrum of duties, thus leaving you to handle your core business operations. . . [More]
In addition to working as our clients’ nominee secretaries, we also provide proactive advisory solutions to ensure that our clients are completely up-to-date and compliant with their sectors’ regulatory requirements in which corporate governance and other Board-level decision making function. . . [More]