Welcome to Lexworth Legal Partners
As a Business Law Practice, we strive through our expertise and standards of practice, to be the law firm of choice for your business transactions. In the fast-moving world of commerce, transactions can take on complex forms very quickly. There is the critical need, through every cycle of your business journey, to have knowledgeable and experienced lawyers to guide you through the nuances of the regulatory and documentary requirements.
At Lexworth, we possess the required expertise and would be delighted to represent you and your business concerns and protect your expected interests. We can be of assistance in diverse ways, including business set up and expansion, market entry, business restructuring, contract drafting and negotiation, the resolution of commercial disputes, due diligence, regulatory compliance, and general business (legal) advisory services.
Trust us to be your Legal Partners in Business!
Our Practice Areas
Collaborative Service Offerings
In today’s business world, strategic collaboration is key for business growth. We imbibe this strategy in particular areas of our practice and have found complementary partners with whom we have mutually leveraged resources to successfully increase impact and scale. These areas include the following:
Committed to Helping Our Clients Succeed.
Our clients’ success is our success, after all.
AN ANALYSIS OF THE RECENTLY RELEASED OPERATIONAL GUIDELINES FOR OPEN BANKING IN NIGERIA
On the 7th of March 2023, the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) in collaboration with industry stakeholders, developed and released the Operational Guidelines for Open Banking in Nigeria (“Operational Guidelines”). This was preceded by an exposure draft of the Guidelines
DESPITE REFORMS INTRODUCED BY ITS MONEY LAUNDERING (PREVENTION AND PROHIBITION) ACT 2022, NIGERIA AGAIN GETS GREYLISTED BY THE FINANCIAL ACTION TASK FORCE
On the 24th day of February 2023, the global money laundering and terrorist financing watchdog, Financial Action Task Force, placed Nigeria on its grey list for having insufficient measures to prevent money laundering and the financing of terrorist organisations. When
ANALYSING NIGERIA’S CHOICE OF LAW REGIME FOR CROSS-BORDER CONTRACTS
Introduction: Nigeria is one of the largest economies in Africa. With a population of over 200 million, the country is a veritable hub for international trade and investments in various sectors including shipping, banking, technology, agriculture, manufacturing and fintech. Foreign investment