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AO2LAW is a world-class law firm established to help clients achieve success through practical and innovative legal solutions. We think proactively thereby efficiently managing present and future business challenges. Through practical and innovative legal solutions we help our clients thrive in their business; delivering dependable services across our practices and in all matters we undertake.

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We provide legal services in defined practice areas to Clients in varying sectors. We set out our currently available practice areas and the sectors in which we have considerable experiences

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We are convinced that we can be of service to you in ways and manners that may currently be inconceivable to you. A meeting with us will surely help address this. Accordingly, we request that you reach out to us, even as are not relenting in winning your business.

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Corporate

Nigeria Competition Law Considerations in Negotiating Restrictive Agreements

On January 29, 2024, COMESA fined the Confederation of African Football (CAF) and BEIN Media Group LLC $300,000 for anti-competitive practices related to exclusive broadcasting rights. This landmark sanction highlighted significant competition restrictions within COMESA. Against this backdrop, we explore Nigeria’s regulation of restrictive agreements within its developing competition law regime.

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Energy

CORPORATE ESPIONAGE: ITS IMPACT ON BUSINESSES AND ECONOMY FROM THE NIGERIAN DATA PROTECTION LAW PERSPECTIVE

Corporate espionage, or industrial espionage, involves obtaining trade secrets from competitors through illegal or unethical practices. This act poses a grave threat to businesses, leading to devastating financial consequences. As technology advances, the risk and impact of corporate espionage have magnified. This article delves into its impact on businesses and economies, focusing on the Nigerian Data Protection Act (NDPA) 2023 and the Nigerian Data Protection Regulations (NDPR) 2019.

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Energy

CHARTING THE FUTURE OF NIGERIA’S ELECTRICITY SECTOR: EVALUATING THE IMPLICATIONS OF NERC’S ORDER ON THE ESTABLISMENT OF AN ISO FOR THE NESI

Recent months have seen significant changes in the Nigerian Electricity Supply Industry (NESI) due to a Constitutional amendment and the Electricity Act 2023 (EA 2023). These reforms aim to decentralize the system, increasing sector activity. Despite privatizing generation and distribution under the 2005 EPSRA, the Transmission Company of Nigeria (TCN) has faced performance issues, prompting the EA 2023 to propose unbundling the TCN.

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