Since the innovation of the Third Alteration to the 1999 Constitution of the Federal Republic of Nigeria (as amended), which created the National Industrial Court and elevated it as a superior court of record with radical powers in employment related matters, the Court has significantly impacted Nigeria’s labour jurisprudence. In order to keep up with the constantly evolving trends in the jurisprudence of the Court, we constantly monitor its decisions across the various divisions of the Court with a view to advising our numerous clients on their peculiar labour related issues. We have acted for large employers of labour; as well as employees on a wide range of labour related issues from the National Industrial Court to the Supreme Court. We constantly follow the developments in the international scene which significantly influence the decision of the National Industrial Court, particularly the International Labour Organizations (ILO) Conventions with a view to advise our client from an informed knowledge of international best practices.
Other services undertaken by us include but are not limited to drafting and negotiation of employment contracts, termination of contracts of employment, redundancies, employment policies, and other related matters.