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Why Consolex legal practitioners formed partnership, by Ukpong


Edo Ukpong PHOTO :

Edo Ukpong<br />PHOTO :

Managing partner of Consolex Legal Practitioners, a legal firm with offices in Lagos, Warri, Port-Harcourt and Abuja, Edo Ukpong, has explained while three independent law firms decided to form a mega firm known to the public as Consolex.

At an interactive meeting with judicial editors in Lagos recently arranged by the firm to let the public know its activities, Ukpong said the reason for the merger was in response to changes in the local and global economy which resulted in increasing demand for sophisticated and specialized legal services.

“The intellectual depth and experience of the Partners in Consolex ensure the capability to be adaptive to clients’ objectives and complexities of transactions”, he stated.

Enumerating further he said: “Consolex was registered in April, 2006, as a product of the successful merger of three established, but diverse law firms, namely: Albert Akpomudje (SAN) & Co.: a core litigation firm, O. Omo-Eboh & Co.: with practice focused on Maritime, Insurance, Finance and Arbitration, and Ukpong & Omotoso: offering services in Corporate/Commercial Law, Oil and Gas, Foreign Investment and Commercial Litigation.

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