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SME Spotlight: Trizon Law Chambers

 

It takes great knowledge of the law and its skilful application to excel in the legal profession. And while numerous firms are dealing in this particular business, not as many have justified their worth in the cases they’ve handled.


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Trizon Law Chambers constantly pushes to remain on the better side of the learned profession. The Lagos- based law firm represents a generation of arbitrators and litigators who meld traditional legal practice with entrepreneurial vigour to proffer solutions for every case they take up.

Trizon is led by its managing partner, Foluke Akinmoladun, a lawyer who has almost a decade and a half of experience in this field. She founded the firm in 2011 and has fashioned it into a reputable firm amongst a large number of players in this space.

The services available at Trizon may be placed in one of four categories. The firm’s attorneys take up cases in alternative dispute resolution, construction and real estate, and the maritime industry. They are also active in the extractive industry.

There’s a strong focus on Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) at Trizon. The team there believes that settling disputes outside of court and within the provisions of the law provides great value for all parties involved. Negotiation, mediation, and arbitration are all engagements that the firm gets involved with.


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Trizon’s work with clients in real estate covers the entire construction process, from conception and design to building. It deals with post-construction issues too: documentation and property-related disputes.

Companies in the shipping industry have their own share of legal consideration; attending to these matters would require working with firms like Trizon, which specializes in matters in this corridor. Trizon tackles issues around vessel ownership, vessel mortgage, marine safety, and industry regulations—generally anything that’s in the intersection of law and the maritime space.

Businesses operating in the extractive industry may benefit from Trizon’s expertise as well. The firm caters to them, providing documentation for all important aspects of operations and taking up dispute prevention and resolution.

Because there’s a more than insignificant chance of environmental issues arising with extractive businesses, Trizon helps them prevent the fallout from such incidents with relevant legal aids. If environmental damage does occur, the firm can represent them legally in arbitration or litigation.

Foluke, the managing partner at Trizon, says she’s keen on bringing entrepreneurial verve to the way the firm functions. Thus far, it does appear to be succeeding at this, as it’s taken an interesting approach to select the turf it’s playing on, and in its service delivery.


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Ikenna Nwachukwu

Ikenna Nwachukwu holds a bachelor's degree in Economics from the University of Nigeria, Nsukka. He loves to look at the world through multiple lenses- economic, political, religious and philosophical- and to write about what he observes in a witty, yet reflective style.

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