OAL is currently auditing thousands of case files for a Client Bank where we have so far verified and reviewed over 8000 files with regards to all collateral arrangements, status of security documents relating to all loans given by the Bank to its customers.
TVP Adventures is a tour-operating company in Nigeria. OAL is pleased to have played the role of legal advisors for the purchase of a new tourist and hospitality ranch in Oyo state.
OAL is pleased to have played the role of legal advisor and support with Gerocare as regards health-tech legal matters, particularly as it relates to contractual engagements, Non-Disclosure Agreements, Service Level Agreements and other related agreements.
Dolphin Aquatic Center is a premier swim program serving women and children in Lagos, Nigeria. DAC has secured an investor to invest N100 million for the building of a world-class aquatic center to be located in Lekki/Oniru environs and OAL is pleased to have been engaged as legal due diligence and compliance officers in fulfilment…
OAL is pleased to have been retained by the company to handle all legal documentation with respect to its operations. OAL has assisted in reviewing legal documentation for funding and Intellectual Property Rights with a Hollywood based production Company.
We played the role of regulatory and governance support, assisting CAF with respect to these matters during the period to enable them meet up with FIFA expectations.
Kemi Adetiba Visuals (KAV) is credited with the production of the blockbuster Nollywood film; King of Boys. OAL is privileged to have worked closely with company during the entire production process, handling all the legal aspects of production
The OAL public interest Litigation programme was established to advance human rights through organized and consistent public interest litigation. Today, OAL PIL programme has extended to issues of public policy, governance and constitutionalism. A country study of the legal protection of human rights in Nigeria by Olisa Agbakoba for the International Centre for the Legal Protection of Human Rights [INTERIGHTS] and the Inter-African Network for Human Rights and Development [AFRONET] identified a critical need for specialist public interest law service providers.
The Attorney General of the Federation recognizing the key role of law engaged OAL as technical consultants to introduce critical legislation, policies and executive orders that can generate 10 million jobs and N4 trillion over the next 4 years. A Law and Development Committee was constituted at the Ministry of Justice with OAL as technical consultants.
OAL in association with its partner, Human Rights Law Service (HURILAWS) has been involved in advocacy reforms of administration of criminal justice in Nigeria. OAL/HURILAWS employed different strategies some of which include litigation, lobby and advocacy. OAL/HURILAWS carried out prison decongestion programmes across different parts of Nigeria.