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John Smith

Lawyer

Working as a lawyer involves the practical application of abstract legal theories and knowledge to solve specific problems.

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George Blanc

Attorney

Working as a lawyer involves the practical application of abstract legal theories and knowledge to solve specific problems.

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Susan Olsen

Counselor

Working as a lawyer involves the practical application of abstract legal theories and knowledge to solve specific problems.

03

James Dean

Solicitor

Working as a lawyer involves the practical application of abstract legal theories and knowledge to solve specific problems.

Few months ago, our firm was engaged by a client in the UK to conduct due diligence on a startup in Nigeria. The latter was considering investing in it. Here are a few lessons from my experience I believe startup founders and investors should consider when raising funds from investors; 1. Make it easy for…

On the 27th of July 2022, the Nigeria Startup Bill (NSB) passed its third reading at the House of Representatives. Following this development, the Bill has completed its law making phase at the National Assembly. The Bill currently awaits the Assent of the President to be signed into Law. This is no doubt a promising…

If you own a business in Nigeria and wish to expand your market base across the world without migrating to another country, the easiest and most effective way of doing so is to set up a company in the country in which your target market is located. For most startups and companies, the United States…

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Recently, Ping Express, a Texas-based company has been in the news over its failure to maintain an effective anti-money laundering programme. In addition, it was discovered that the company had conducted money transfer services in about 5 States in the United States where it wasn’t licensed. As a result, both the CEO of Ping Express…

3 CHECKLISTS BUSINESSES MUST CONSIDER TO ATTRACT INVESTORS

Few months ago, our firm was engaged by a client in the UK to conduct due diligence on a startup in Nigeria. The latter was considering investing in it. Here are a few lessons from my experience I believe startup founders and investors should consider when raising funds from investors; 1. Make it easy for…

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THE NIGERIA STARTUP BILL 2021 – EVERYTHING YOU NEED TO KNOW

On the 27th of July 2022, the Nigeria Startup Bill (NSB) passed its third reading at the House of Representatives. Following this development, the Bill has completed its law making phase at the National Assembly. The Bill currently awaits the Assent of the President to be signed into Law. This is no doubt a promising…

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MISTAKES NON-RESIDENTS MAKE WHEN REGISTERING A COMPANY IN THE US

If you own a business in Nigeria and wish to expand your market base across the world without migrating to another country, the easiest and most effective way of doing so is to set up a company in the country in which your target market is located. For most startups and companies, the United States…

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WHY REGULATORY COMPLIANCE IS IMPORTANT FOR YOUR BUSINESS

Recently, Ping Express, a Texas-based company has been in the news over its failure to maintain an effective anti-money laundering programme. In addition, it was discovered that the company had conducted money transfer services in about 5 States in the United States where it wasn’t licensed. As a result, both the CEO of Ping Express…

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