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Welcome to EIP Solicitors

Competent - Unrelenting - Professional

EIP Solicitors is a first-rate service law firm providing professional, value added and specialised legal services to our numerous clients in Nigeria, Africa and the diaspora.

By working with our team of dedicated lawyers, our clients leverage both regional and international partnerships to achieve satisfactory resolutions of legal interests in Corporate and Commercial disciplines including banking, insurance, intellectual property, project finance, maritime, real property, taxation, construction and dispute resoultion.

About EIP Solicitors

The EIP Firm has a robust litigation practice in civil matters and criminal defense. Our clients have found satisfaction in the legal services of our team of dedicated lawyers and support staff members working out of offices in Abuja, Warri, Asaba and Port-Harcourt, Nigeria and Nairobi, Kenya.

Our Business Sectors

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Administrative Law

Administrative law is that law which deals with the relationship between a country's citizens with the government. It determines the organizational and power structure of the administration and quasi-judicial bodies to enforce the rule of law.

02.

Commercial Law

Commercial law refers to the umbrella under which you can find contract law. Commercial law refers to any legislation that pertains to merchants exchanging goods and services and dealing with any transactions between buyer and seller. ... Contract law is an aspect, or an element, or a subdivision of commercial law

03.

Finance & Banking Law

The primary legislation for the regulation of banks in Nigeria is the Banks and Other Financial Institutions Act (BOFIA) which, with the Central Bank of Nigeria (Establishment) Act 2007 (CBN Act), gives the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) powers to supervise and regulate banks and other financial institutions in Nigeria.

04.

Matrimonial Causes, Custody & Adoption

The principal legislation on marriage is the Marriage Act. The Matrimonial Causes Act enacted in 1970 (now Cap. M7 Laws of the Federation 2004) mainly governs dissolution of marriage, custody and the welfare of children in Nigeria. 

05.

Communication & Technology Law

There are 3 (three) primary laws and regulations applicable to platforms that facilitate internet-based communications for users in Nigeria, whether in text, picture or video format, and these laws cover issues of privacy, data protection and security. These laws aim to protect the privacy rights of Nigerian consumers and govern how online platforms handle the data of their Nigerian users.

Our Partners

Our Associates

A lawyer lives for the direction of his people and

the advancement of the cause of his country

Chief Christopher Alexander Sapara Williams

Edafe Emakpor Esq
Edafe Emakpor Esq
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Rupert Irikefe Esq.
Rupert Irikefe Esq.
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Edafe Emakpor, Esq.
Edafe Emakpor, Esq.
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Rupert Irikefe Esq
Rupert Irikefe Esq
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Edafe Emakpor Esq
Edafe Emakpor Esq
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Rupert Irikefe Esq
Rupert Irikefe Esq
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