DLA Piper advises Briq in US$30 million Series B financing

DLA Piper represented construction technology company Briq Technologies Inc. in its recent US$30 Series B financing led by Tiger Global Management LLC. Briq’s corporate performance management (CPM) platform for construction financial professionals provides accurate and real-time forecasting abilities, automated workflows and interconnected systems that provide contractors with better visibility into their business. “It was a […]

Recovery of Foreign Judgment Debts in Nigeria

Enforcement of foreign judgments has significant relevance in this era of increased international trade and foreign investments. Businesses are more comfortable doing business with foreign partners knowing that if they obtain judgment from a superior court in their home country; it can be enforced against the judgment debtor across borders. Fortunately, Nigerian courts recognise judgments […]

Useful Tips To Make Selling Your House Easy And Stress-Free

Are you planning to sell your commercial or residential house? The process of selling one can be stressful, especially if you are a new seller. It involves a lot of planning and other details which you need to be aware of. Understanding how to present your house and the whole selling process will make selling […]

Planning to Relocate Your Business? Here Are Some Moving Tips

Moving your business can be a daunting idea, but sometimes changes have to happen, and if you are planning on relocating your business then you have come to the right place. You need to plan your relocation carefully and thoroughly to ensure a smooth transition without any unforeseen problems. To help you make this happen […]

Baker McKenzie bolsters tax practice with hire of Stephanie Pantelidaki

Leading global law firm Baker McKenzie has hired Stephanie Pantelidaki as Head of Financial Services Transfer Pricing in the firm’s tax practice. Stephanie joins from PwC, where she has worked in both the firm’s United Kingdom and Switzerland offices. Stephanie has over twenty years’ experience advising on transfer pricing and international corporate tax issues with […]

Latham Advises Unicredit on the Issuance of US$2 Billion in Senior Notes

UniCredit S.p.A. has successfully issued US$1 billion of Fixed to Fixed Rate Senior Preferred Notes, with a 6 year maturity and a call after 5 years, and US$1 billion of Fixed to Fixed Rate Senior Preferred Notes, with a 11 year maturity and a call after 10 years, targeted to institutional investors under 144A/Reg S […]

Kirkland Represents Acosta in Acquisition of The CORE Group

Kirkland & Ellis advised Acosta, a global integrated sales and marketing services company, on its acquisition of national foodservice sales agency The CORE Group (CORE), which closed on June 2, 2021. Financial terms were not disclosed. Read the Acosta press release The Kirkland team was led by transactional partners Douglas Ryder and David Klein and […]

Policymakers must offer clarity and coordination to secure net-zero

Government must play a greater role in the global energy market, either through a direct stake or as a co-investor, to support the new emerging energy system, according to a new study by PwC. The report, Inventing tomorrow’s energy system: The road ahead for molecules and electrons, finds that the growth in renewables, estimated to […]

Navigating Arbitration and Specialised Courts in IP matters in Nigeria

Enforcement of Intellectual Property (“IP”) in Nigeria is saddled with loop holes, bureaucratic bottlenecks, lack of technical knowledge, skills and lack of public awareness. These have led to the prevalence of piracy, counterfeiting, unauthorised, unlicensed use and infringement of IP rights. Though there have been laudable developments in recent times, there is still a wide […]

Is Customary Arbitration the Solution to Congestion of Cases in Courts?

It is no longer news that determination of disputes especially commercial disputes before Nigerian courts is not time efficient. The courts are usually congested and cases are subjected to too many adjournments. A litigant cannot reasonably predict the term of a case in court. Presently, the courts are not sitting because judiciary workers are on […]