Diverse Practice Areas:

At Jozech law Chambers, our commitment to doing right extends across a diverse range of practice areas. We take pride in our versatility, fearlessly addressing legal challenges in various domains. Explore our diverse practice areas, each reflecting our unwavering dedication to justice and ethical legal practice.

Equally, our barristers fight hard for clients in countless cases that don’t hit the headlines, but are nonetheless vital for defending the rights of those we represent 

Our main services include:
  • Oral advocacy: Advocacy is at the heart of any barrister’s role. Members of Jozech law chambers appear regularly before the NIGERIAN courts, arbitral tribunals all over the world, and the courts of other jurisdictions where they are admitted.
  • Advisory services: We regularly advise on issues arising under NIGERIAN law or the law of other jurisdictions in which members are qualified, as well as on handling potential or actual disputes.
  • Drafting: Members regularly draft pleadings, submissions and applications for court and arbitral proceedings.
  • Expert witness services: Members provide written opinions and testify before courts and tribunals on questions of NIGERIAN and other laws.
  • Arbitrator appointments: Many of our members accept appointments as arbitrators (sole, presiding or co-arbitrators) and have been appointed by, or are panel members of, the ICC, SIAC, LCIA, HKIAC, AAA and UNCITRAL. 
  • Mediator appointments: A number of members of Chambers are CEDR accredited Mediators. .

Please do not hesitate to contact our clerks for more information.

To find out more about our services, fees, timescales and who can instruct us click below.


Specific Areas of Practice & Expertise

  • Civil litigation & Appeal


We have the key legal skills and knowledge in our litigation practice, including:

Knowledge of substantive and procedural law

Strong written and oral advocacy skills

Analytical and logical reasoning abilities

Ability to synthesize complex legal and factual materials

Superior interpersonal skills

Knowledge of legal research techniques and software

Client development skills

We represent their clients across a variety of civil proceedings, including pretrial hearings and depositions, as well as arbitration and mediation.

  • Advocacy at appeal hearings.

Procedural issues arising out of the Tribunal Procedure Rules and the interrelationship between them and the Schemes.

Advising in respect of the merits of judicial review proceedings of an appeal decision.

Re-opening of cases (all Schemes).We represent clients throughout our barristers treat the victims of violent crime and their families with courtesy, understanding and respect. Many of our members have expertise in managing traumatic brain injury cases and historical sex abuse claims. We understand the pressures involved in litigating criminal injuries claims, in particular the pressure to minimize costs and disbursements. Many of our cases are funded by Unions Chambers also offers video conferencing facilities

  • Criminal Defense

We deal with the issues surrounding an arrest, a criminal investigation, criminal charges, sentencing, appeals, and post-trial issues. Often an attorney will specialize in all areas of a within criminal defense, such as drug defense or DUI defense.

  • Consumer rights & protections

    We are consumer champion all for protecting consumers – a powerful force for good, here to make life simpler, fairer and safer for everyone.

    Weare experts in Consumer Rights:


    • Broadband, Phone & TV
    • Cars
    • Education
    • Energy
    • Health
    • Home & Property
    • Insurance
    • Legal
    • Leisure & events
    • Mobile Phones
    • Money
    • Mortgages
    • Scams
    • Shopping
    • Travel
    • Regulations
    • Personal Data


  • Aviation & Travel

  • Home to an enviable bench of leading commercial aviation litigators who offer expertise across a wide range of disputes.”

    Aviation & Travel is one of Jozech law chambers’ key areas of expertise. Many of our members have extensive relevant experience, having acted on some of the largest and most high-profile cases across the sector.

      Our members have acted in cases concerning airline insolvencies and restructuring, fleet retirements, flight cancellations, compensation schemes and the consequences of travel restrictions. We have also acted in a significant number of claims relating to frustration and the interpretation of ‘force majeure’ clauses.


    Our commercial aviation disputes experience is shown by the fact that many of our members act on cases concerning aircraft finance and leasing claims, aircraft manufacturers (commercial and product liability), aircraft maintenance organisations (including long term maintenance agreements), aircraft finance and leasing disputes, aviation insurance (all risk and war risk), and airline insolvency.

    We have also worked on sensitive cases involving mass fatalities and disasters – ranging from airline losses to high profile helicopter losses and light aircraft crashes – and have dealt with issues such as the admissibility of reports prepared by air accident investigators.

    Our regulatory experience includes working with regulators themselves and with airlines, tour operators, maintenance organisations and other stakeholders; for example, on the right to fly on capacity limited routes, or the allocation of slots at capacity constrained airports. We also have significant experience of advising on cases regarding delayed and cancelled flights.

    Our reputation for aviation work in particular has resulted in our members advising on public law issues in the sector including acting in judicial review claims which have had a defining effect on the industry. We have also advised the industry on Brexit-related legal issues, both during the transition period and after its conclusion at the start of 2021.

    Our work includes cases relating to:

    • Commercial aviation disputes
    • Claims involving disasters, catastrophic / extensive loss and damage
    • Disputes linked to the COVID-19 pandemic
    • Insurance and reinsurance claims
    • Regulatory matters
    • Public law cases


  • Magazine Publishing-writer and services

    We can help you prepare your book for self-publishing or publication by a publisher

    We offer a broad range of editorial services to help you publish your work. Every writer needs help from a good editor, even a well-written manuscript benefits from being well edited. Our editorial services are professional and are priced to offer good value. See below for a list of the editorial services Writers Services provides, which include reports on your work, and copy editing and polishing services to help improve your manuscript.

    • Getting your manuscript into shape before you start has become even more important, whether you are submitting to publishers or planning to publish yourself.
    • We offer access to skilled editors
    • We are developing a new suite of Services for self-publishers.

    Get your PhD edited by a professional editor to make sure you achieve the best result you can

    Are you working to prepare your PhD for submission? Professional editing can help you improve the presentation of your work and iron out any grammar or spelling errors, so that you can achieve the best possible result.

    • Do you feel that your manuscript contains grammatical errors and spelling mistakes, and would have a better chance if it were professionally prepared for submission?
    • If you are not a native NIGERIAN speaker, do you want to have your thesis checked and the NIGERIAN improved to make sure it is of the required standard?
    • Our skilled editors will assess your thesis and we will quote you on the basis of the amount of work required, incorporating any work you tell us you have been asked to do.
  • Personal injury & car accidents

    1. PERSONAL INJURY -accidents


    1. We provide  to provide current and concise answers (backed with statutes, case law etc.)  on all aspects of Negligence Law, Rights of accident victims, medical malpractice and settlement compensation etc.  “Questions” -the App/system will be database driven (“Accident victim Rights Knowledge Management System”) and it will be regularly updated to always provide current and requisite knowledge ( plate numbers  with all the details the car owner insurance owner details and address of the car and pictures of the accident cars etc) and expert legal information / opinion on negligence and accident victim issues ( details to be supplied) 
    1. The database will provide regular answers to any Negligence law question posed and it will be linked to external sources particularly case law from supreme court, Negligence law statutes-Negligence Tort materials like Negligence law practice etc. and the system will provide answers in a Particular report format.
    1. Each customer must a subscriber to be able to ask questions and will fill /write his questions in web questionnaire that is designed to obtain answers in a particular format and the App/ systems will generate the answers tailored to the issues asked in a particular format (will be provided) immediately and where the questions are complicated to be able to provide the appropriate answers within 24 hours at the minimum.
    1. The subscription fee will be monthly or annually but annual subscription will attract discount and the access to different layers of service will be based on points (based on the payment type eg  N5k monthly subscription will entitle the subscriber to a live chat with a professional on the panel  on the issue subject to maximum usage in a month or exceeding the times to pay extra. The App will have a merchant account to accept online payment via PayPal/QUICKTELLER and authenticate the user with logout sessions. The system should be able to showcase lawyers on the panel should a subscriber want to take the claim further and can use the system to make contact with the particular lawyer i.e. the solicitor/legal executive/arbitrator etc.

     ……..AND MORE

  • Legal compliance & statutory Obligations

  • Legal compliance is the process by which a company adheres to the complex rules, policies and processes that regulate business practice in a particular jurisdiction.

     , reputational damage and even, in some instances, the prospect of jail time for directors.


    Is compliance part of legal?

    Compliance and legal are separate concerns, yet the two are firmly interlinked; a foremost responsibility of an organization’s legal department is to ensure, promote and facilitate compliance. 

  • Company formations warehouse services & development

Company formation warehouse

        More than just a company registration service

The Jozech Company Warehouse provides a wide range of add-ons as to help you make a success of starting your new business.

Company Formations

The Company Warehouse has been forming limited companies

We were one of the first online company formation consultants in Nigeria the and we are and our legal practitioners are accredited by corporate affairs commission (cac) in Nigeria and also registered electronic filing agent with CAC. We have formed thousands of limited companies and we are the only company formation agent to offer free company formations.

Our business consultants and legal team can guide you through the company formation process and answer any questions you might have. As well as forming standard limited companies we undertake charity, non-profit and INCORPORATED TRUSTEES /Limited companies by Guarantee. In all cases we are able to provide bespoke drafting of memorandum and articles of association and form companies with specialist share allocations.

Business Support

What really makes The Jozech Company Warehouse stand out from other company formation consultants is the wider support we provide to new startup businesses. Every business that we have contact with is allocated a Business Consultant who is avaJLCble to answer questions on the phone, by email or through our online ticketing system.

The Jozech Company Warehouse provide a wide range of services which have been specifically tailored for startup businesses. These cover four main areas:


We have put together specialist accountancy support packages for startup businesses. We have our own in-house team of accountants and bookkeepers who can help new businesses with the finances. We provide specialist bookkeeping software, undertake PAYE and VAT registrations, run payroll and do end of year accounts and filings. Because we have all of this expertise in-house you can be sure that we will be able to answer any questions you may have about company formation and finances.


Our in-house graphic designers provide a bespoke logo and corporate identity design service for our customers. They can help make sure that your business has the right brand image to make a great impression on your new customers.

Digital Marketing

Getting your new business online is now an essential step for startups. The Company Warehouse act at, the highest level of domain name seller in the NIGERIA. As well as selling and managing domain names we provide business email services and have our own team of in-house web designers, developers, content writers, and social media and SEO specialists. Along with your business consultants they can help with all aspects of getting your business online.


The Jozech Company Warehouse work extensively with all NCC registered telephone operators  range holder. That means that we have our own set of exclusive phone numbers for use by our customers. We can set you up with cloud based digital receptionists, mobile numbers, for any town or city in the NIGERIA, number presentation services and lots more.



Services for your growing business

Most new businesses find they can’t do everything themselves quickly enough. Many businesses don’t want to! We can provide support and outsourcing services in the critical areas your business will need to achieve a successful launch.

  • Web design– Fully managed App design process for all budgets
  • Logo Design– Logos and corporate branding to Agency standard without the price
  • Domain names: Trade price domains
  • Email: Smarter email
  • SEO– Search engine optimization)
  • Social media: Twitter and stuff
  • Accountancy Services– More important than many first time entrepreneurs realize. In most cases, the longer you put this off, the more it will end up costing you.
  • Virtual Receptionist

Startup Packages


Cheaper and Better than Using Companies House

Our Companies House package gives you a company formed to the same standard and with the same documents, as you would get direct from the government only 20% cheaper!



Fast online digital company formation

MORE than just a company registration. Includes template registers (DIY) for full compliance with the CAMA Act. These documents are a legal requirement under CAMA 2004.



The Accountant’s choice.

Our fast company formation product built for accountants, solicitors and other consultants registering a company on behalf of their clients.


Recommended “hassle free”, fully compliant package.

Comes with all the common documents required for registering a company;


Post-registration documents required to comply with the Companies Act 2006 once your company is registered.

We take care of everything.

 The first thing a new business wanted was some business cards. Today it’s a App.
Most new entrepreneurs don’t have any idea how much it costs to build.
We make the process of getting your business online easy by managing the whole process for you.

Our focus is on providing a “fully managed” web experience because most businesses don’t want
the headache of building and looking after their own site.

  • We take care of EVERYTHING from domain registration, hosting set up and App build.
  • Our in-house team provides ongoing technical support for your business
  • We can look after all your business’s online needs under one roof
  • Flexible and affordable packages to suit the needs of startups

We’ll help you avoid the common mistakes businesses make when choosing a app in our buyers

  • Financial Services

Jozech law chambers’ market-leading status in this area extends beyond its strengths in banking and finance, mixing in expertise in related areas such as professional negligence and civil and criminal fraud.”

Jozech law chambers has a superb reputation in the field of financial services, complementing our first-class banking and regulatory practices.

Members are regularly called upon to advise regulators, regulated entities and high net-worth individuals, in the most significant and complicated financial services disputes. Our members act in matters in various financial sectors including audit, accountancy, banking and insurance and much of our work spans several jurisdictions.

Members routinely act on disputes arising between regulators, such as the Financial Conduct Authority, the Financial Reporting Council and the Prudential Regulatory Authority, and businesses as well as cases involving allegations against firms and individual employees. We often also advise both regulators and businesses or individuals in relation to potential or active regulatory investigations, and on the matters which arise as a result of regulatory issues (including addressing the consequences of regulatory breaches).

Many regulatory disputes involve broader criminal implications and Jozech law chambers is uniquely placed at the commercial Bar in specialising in the cross over between civil, regulatory and criminal work. A significant number of the instructions received in this sector involve allegations of fraud or misrepresentation, including in the context of acquisitions or investments.

Our work also extends to matters which arise out of highly publicised administrations or insolvencies, including investigations by regulators into the circumstances of corporate collapses. Many of the matters on which our members advise are precedent-setting for the sector and shape future regulation, as well as the interpretation of existing rules.

Members of Jozech law chambers have had, and continue to have, central roles in most of the highest profile and highest value disputes and investigations in the financial services sector.

Our work includes cases relating to:

  • Regulatory disputes
  • Civil claims arising out of regulatory issues
  • Cases involving allegations of fraud or misrepresentation
  • Cases involving criminal allegations
  • Cases resulting from high-profile collapses
  • Matters affecting the future interpretation of regulation



  • Banking & Finance

Clients note that ‘the set has a knack for attracting the best of the best – who also happen to be nice people’.”

Jozech law chambers are known for being at the forefront of banking and financial disputes, including retail and investment banking.

It is one of our core specialties with most of our members having significant experience in some of the most sizeable and ground-breaking cases in this area, acting for banks, clients, investment funds and regulators.

The set has a reputation for large-scale, test-case litigation involving some of the world’s leading financial institutions .

Our members are unique amongst leading commercial sets in that our expertise spans both the civil and criminal sectors, Members have significant experience of banking regulation  high-profile investigations and inquiries.

Our work includes cases relating to:

  • Banks, including retail and investment banks
  • Professional negligence, including in relation to:
    • Mis-selling of products such as of interest rate swaps
    • Rate manipulation such as LIBOR or FOREX
    • Misrepresentation or misfeasance
  • Fraud, including money laundering and disputes under the Proceeds of Crime Act (‘POCA’)
  • Commercial disputes in a banking context
  • Regulatory issues, including sanctions and bribery investigations
  • Commercial Crime

An excellent set for all types of disputes and investigations, including corporate crime investigations.”

Uniquely within the Bar’s ‘Magic Circle’, Jozech law chambers is a leader in corporate and individual commercial crime.

We specialise in the crossover between criminal, civil and regulatory liabilities and remedies / sanctions that are now such an important feature of business.

Complementing our strength in Banking and FinanceFinancial Services and Civil Fraud, we act for organisations and individuals in domestic and cross-border financial crime investigations and prosecutions.

Jozech law chambers are routinely instructed in; insider trading and market abuse Our members understand the unique pressure of criminal investigations and the risk of collateral damage to reputation and commercial interests. We help clients devise the appropriate strategic response and crisis management tools and are often asked to advise corporate boards and disclosure committees.

The nature and subject matter of these cases means that much of our work is advisory. Many matters remain out of the public domain.

Our work includes cases relating to:

  • Fraud
  • Bribery
  • Sanctions
  • Money laundering
  • Confiscation
  • Proceeds of Crime Act (POCA)
  • Unexplained Wealth Orders (UWOs)
  • Market abuse including insider trading
  • Deferred Prosecution Agreements (DPAs)
  • Mutual legal assistance
  • Extradition
  • Judicial review
  • Freezing injunctions and search orders / warrants
  • Production orders / notices
  • Cyber crime
  • Data protection
  • Legal professional privilege
  • Confidentiality
  • Privacy
  • Public interest immunity
  • Civil Fraud

“Top-class set for civil fraud.”

We offer unrivalled expertise in this field and have a long-standing position as the pre-eminent set for civil fraud. Members at all levels have been instructed in virtually all recent leading cases and in jurisdictions all around the world.

Jozech law chambers members are experts in dealing with cases concerning bank-related fraud claims including in relation to allegations of rate rigging, fraudulent misrepresentation, claims relating to conspiracy, disputes surrounding misappropriation of assets, claims arising out of investments in bogus schemes, breach of fiduciary duty claims and claims arising from emerging markets or involving complex jurisdiction challenges..

Civil fraud proceedings typically involve extensive interlocutory applications for injunctive relief including where appropriate the obtaining of world-wide freezing orders and ancillary relief. Jozech law chambers’ members are familiar with the suite of tools used by sophisticated litigation teams to safeguard their clients’ interests in making or defending such claims.

Our work includes cases relating to:

  • Bank related fraud cases including rate rigging
  • Fraudulent misrepresentation
  • Conspiracy
  • Claims involving complex jurisdiction challenges and privilege issues
  • Misappropriation of assets
  • Investment in bogus schemes
  • Breach of fiduciary duty
  • Claims arising from emerging markets and/or natural resources
  • Commercial Disputes

“This is one of the super sets. There is a strength in depth there that is very comforting. It is a chambers you go to if you want to get results.”

Commercial dispute resolution is the core part of the work of Jozech law chambers. Members advise on commercial disputes daily.

The scale and variety of our work demonstrates why members of Jozech law chambers are considered indispensable for the largest value, highest profile, instructions.

Our work includes cases relating to:

  • Banking & Finance disputes
  • Contract disputes
  • Fraud matters
  • Professional negligence claims
  • Conflicts of law issues
  • Jurisdictional disputes
  • Privilege issues


  • Mortgage Practice

Our role  in Mortgage Transactions

Our role in a mortgage transaction may include doing any or all of the following things, namely-

  1. Negotiating for the loan with a lender on behalf of a borrower

2 Investigating the title of the property sought to be mortgaged

3 Drafting the mortgage instrument, for instance a deed of legal mortgage. In practice, the mortgagee prepares the deed in order to provide for those covenants that will ensure he realises the money advanced to the mortgagor. Standard forms of mortgage deeds are prepared and kept in the legal departments of most Banks and completed by the parties when required.

  1. Perfecting the mortgage instrument, for example applying for consent, payment of stamp duties and registration of the instrument.
  2. Discharge of the mortgage, for example preparing and registering a deed of release.


In order to discharge his responsibilities in a mortgage transaction, we help with the basic requirements and information required to be provided are:

  1. The parties to the transaction,
  2. The amount of money advanced by the mortgage to the mortgagor,

iii. The property used as collateral;

iv the repayment date of the covenants in the mortgage,

  1. Remedies in the event of any default, and
  2. any other instructions on the perfection of the document


Investigation of Title and Writing Search Report

Where a customer applies to a Bank for a loan and informs the bank that he has a property to use as collateral, the bank usually request a Lawyer to investigate the use of the property. The Lawyer then prepares a Search Report, which is a statement of his findings on the search conduced Our search report is Witten on behalf of and forwarded to the Lender. Where the intended borrower (mortgagor) is an individual the search is conducted at the lands registry where the property is situated and registered. Where the intended borrower is a registered company investigations are conducted at both the lands registry and also at the Composite Affairs Commission.. The importance of search at the Corporate Affairs Commission is to discover if any charge has been created on the assets of the company and also the extent of the borrowing powers of the company. The most important reasons for investigating a title advanced as collateral are::

1 to discover whether the borrower is the owner of the property he is presenting as security,

2 to know whether the property is encumbered in any manner.


The search report we prepare depends on whether the borrower is a natural person or a company. Where the borrower is a natural person, our search report should contain the following information and findings:


Date of the search.

I  Name of the borrower.

  1. Person providing the security.

iii Person providing the security

  1. Description of the property.
  2. Title of the property
  3. Findings on any encumbrances (charges, mortgages, etc.) and other adverse facts that may be discovered from the following-


(a) Physical inspection of the property. The importance of this is to discover whether the property actually exists, the conidian of the property, whether it is vacant or is occupied

(b) The Lands Registry. This is because where the property is registered or is subject to a right certificate of occupancy, the details of the property will be contained in the lands registry of the State.

  1. c) Any act of government acquisition which may be gazetted
  2. Conclusions and advice on the viability of the property as a security for the mortgage.



Where the borrower is a company and intends to use its property as security, our search report would contain the following findings and information-

  1. Date of the search.
  2. Name of company (borrower)
  3. Date of incorporation of company.
  4. Registration number of company.
  5. Names & addresses of shareholders of the company
  6. Names& addresses of directors of the company
  7. Borrowing powers of company (extent, limit, procedure)
  8. Any registered charge against the company’s assets.
  9. The last annual returns filed.
  10. Conclusion that is the Solicitor’s opinion on whether the company is to be granted the loan or not.


Our Search Report is not only used in mortgage transactions, but may be modified and used in other conveyance transactions which the situation require

  •  Judgment Recovery Service unit
  1. Overview/background

We operate as agents of creditors and render their services for a fee or percentage of the total amount owed. Other agencies purchase debt portfolios from creditors at a discount and then pursue outstanding balances for their own gain.

JLC is a client – focused and result driven judgment recovery firm that provides broad-based services such as pulling credit reports, conducting investigations, bringing the debtor back into court for extensive examination, seizing property, putting liens on homes, garnishing wages, and so on at an affordable fee that won’t in any way put a hole in the pockets of our clients. We will offer professional judgment recovery services

Our client’s best interest would always come first, and everything we do will be guided by our values and professional ethics. We have experienced professionals who have professional expertise in the judgment recovery and debt collection industry.

We will at all – time demonstrate our commitment and integrating sustainable business practices wherever possible. We will ensure that we hold ourselves accountable to the highest standards by meeting our client’s needs precisely and completely.

We are resourced by highly professional and international experienced lawyers with adequate working experience to manage such business.

The unit main head has over 35 years of experience working at various capacities within the debt collection industry

  1. Our Products and Services in respect of judgement debt recovery services

We offer varieties of services within the scope of the Judgment recovery unit cum debt collection services industry. Our intention is to work with individuals, household, startups and well – established corporate organizations who would want to outsource their judgment recovery concerns to professionals.

Our business offerings are listed below;

  • Account collection services
  • Bill collection services
  • Debt collection services
  • Delinquent account collection services
  • Tax collection services on a contract or fee basis
  • Collection on debt portfolios
  • Repossession services
  • Credit reporting services
  • Dispute processing
  • Cease and desist collections processing
  • Settlement assistance
  1. Our Mission and Vision Statement

Our vision is to have a judgment recovery service that will become the number one choice for individuals and corporate clients.

Our mission also is to provide professional, reliable, trusted and result oriented judgment recovery services that assist individuals, startups, corporate organization and non-profit organizations.

Our Business Structure

Ordinarily we would have settled for two or three staff members in the unit, but as part of our plan to build a standard judgment recovery unit we have gone the extra mile to ensure that we have competent, honest and hardworking employees to occupy all the avaJLCble positions in the unit


  • Judgment Recovery and Debt Collection Consultants
  • Forensic Accountants.
  • Client Service Executive/Front Desk Officer

The team members roles/responsibilities

Judgment Recovery and Debt Collection Consultants

  • Responsible for handling services that revolves around account collection, bill collection, debt collection, delinquent account collection, tax collection on a contract or fee basis, collection on debt portfolios, repossession services, credit reporting, dispute processing, cease and desist collections processing and settlement assistance et al
  • Handle any other related services as assigned by the firm

Forensic Accountants (investigations)

  • They audit books and financial records to locate evidence of fraud and other financial crimes.  Use their knowledge of tax law and accounting practices to investigate all manner of fraudulent bookkeeping, including tax evasion, embezzlement, and money laundering. Financial reports, budgets, and financial statements for the organization.
  • Investigations of criminal matters. A typical investigative accounting investigation of employee theft. Other examples include securities fraud, insurance fraud, kickbacks and proceeds of crime investigations.
  • Serves as internal auditor for the company

Client Service Executive/Front Desk Officer

  • Welcomes guests and clients by greeting them in person or on the telephone; answering or directing inquiries.
  • Ensures that all contacts with clients (e-mail, walk-In center, SMS or phone) provides the client with a personalized customer service experience of the highest level
  • Through interaction with clients on the phone, uses every opportunity to build client’s interest in the company’s services
  • Manages administrative duties assigned by the manager in an effective and timely manner
  • Consistently stays abreast of any new information on the company’s products, promotional campaigns etc. to ensure accurate and helpful information is supplied to clients
  • Receives parcels/documents for the company
  • Distribute mails in the organization
  1. Our Target Market

The demographic and psychographic composition of those who need the services of judgment recovery providers cuts across small businesses and large corporations and individual clients as well.

We will equally serve small to medium sized businesses, but that does not in any way stop us from growing to be able to compete with the leading judgment recovery firms Below is a list of the businesses and organizations that we have specifically designed our products and services for;

  • Households and individual clients
  • NGOs
  • Blue Chips Companies
  • Corporate Organizations
  • Religious Organizations (Pilgrimage journeys et al)
  • Hotels and Restaurants
  • The Government (Public Sector)
  • Schools (High Schools, Colleges and Universities)
  • Sport Organizations
  • Entrepreneurs and Startups

Our competitive advantage

The level of competition in the debt collection services industry depends largely on the location of the business and of course the niche of your business. We have a successfully unique brand identity for your Judgment recovery unit.

The competition in the judgment recovery business is not just within same service providers but also among other players in the debt collection industry. For example, it is now easier for a debt collection firm to also offer judgment recovery services to its clients.

We are quite aware that to be highly competitive in the debt collection industry means that we should be able to deliver result oriented services, our clients should be able to experience remarkable difference cum improvement in their credit ratings and we should be able to meet the expectations of clients

Our partners are highly qualified debt collection and Judgment recovery lawyers of multiple legal jurisdictions (USA NIGERIA and Canada). These are part of what will count as a competitive advantage for us.

  • Estate Planning services-wills


Estate planning is the preparation of tasks that serve to manage an individual’s asset base in the event of their incapacitation or death. The planning includes the bequest of assets to heirs and the settlement of estate taxes. Most estate plans are set up with the help of an attorney experienced in estate law.


We will assist our clients to do the following:


As you go through life, you’re likely to accumulate some amount of wealth, assets and even just family treasures. What will happen to all those things if you die or become incapacitated? That’s where estate planning comes in. An estate plan allows you to legally specify your wishes and how you want them carried out. A well-crafted plan can help avoid disputes that may arise and can keep details about your family’s financial affairs private.

When you’re ready to work with us qualified legal practitioner and financial planner to write your estate plan, we will go together the tailored estate planning process


Compile a comprehensive list of your assets and debts, including account numbers and contact information, as well as names and contact information for your important advisers. Keep the summary in a secure, central location – along with original copies of important documents – and provide a copy of the summary for the executor of your will. This list could be a piece of paper or also a digital file kept in a secure location.


An estate plan allows you to control what would happen to your property and assets if you or your spouse passed away today. It also puts a documented plan in place so that if you became incapacitated, your family could carry on your affairs without having to go through court. This includes a strategy for providing income if you were to become disabled and covering potential expenses for care giving that may be needed at some point.


A primary goal for many estate plans is to protect and provide for loved ones and their future needs. Your estate plan should include provisions for any children, including naming a guardian for children under age 18 and providing for those from a previous marriage — if you remarry, your assets may not automatically pass to them. It also would specifically address the care and income of children or relatives with special needs that must be planned carefully to avoid jeopardizing eligibility for government benefits.


A key component of estate planning involves protecting your assets for heirs and your charitable legacy by minimizing expenses, and covering estate taxes while still meeting your goals. If necessary, your estate plan would include specific strategies for transferring or disposing of unique assets like a family-owned business, real estate or investment property, or stock in a closely held business. Many people use permanent life insurance and trusts to protect assets while ensuring future goals can be met.


If you want your assets distributed in a certain way to meet financial or personal goals, you need to have legal documentation to ensure those wishes are followed if you die or become incapacitated. This includes designating beneficiaries for your life insurance policies, retirement accounts and other assets that are in line with your goals. It also means ensuring that titles of material assets, such as automobiles and property, are named properly. Work with an attorney to be sure you have an updated will disposing of your assets, a living will reflecting your end-of-life wishes, as well as powers of attorney for health-care and financial matters.


To execute your estate plan, you must designate someone to act on your behalf if you are unable to do so — as executor of your will, trustee for your assets, legal guardian for your dependents and/or personal representative or power of attorney if you became incapacitated. You need to be sure your fiduciaries are aware of and agree to their appointments, and that they know where to find your original estate planning documents. Fiduciaries can be family members, personal friends or hired professionals such as bankers, attorneys or corporate trustees.

Whether you are just starting out or have accumulated wealth over a lifetime, an up-to-date estate plan helps you minimize the impact of unexpected events on you and your family by preserving, protecting and managing your assets. A financial advisor can help you create a financial security plan to meet your goals, and provide tools and resources to build an estate plan that makes an impact well into the future.

  • Company secretarial services

The Overview of our Company Secretarial Services


All companies registered in Nigeria are required to have a company secretary by the provision of Section 330(1) of the Companies and Allied Matters Act, 2020. However, small companies whose turnover is not more than N120,000,000 (One Hundred and Twenty Million Naira) and whose net assets value is not more than N60,000,000 (Sixty Million Naira) are exempted.

In the case of a public company, section 332 of the Companies and Allied Matters Act, 2020 provides for the requisite qualification of a person must possess to hold the position of a company secretary as follows:

  1. A member of the Institute of Chartered Secretaries and Administrators;
  2. A legal practitioner within the meaning of the Legal Practitioners Act ;
  3. A member of any professional body of accountants established from time to time by an Act of the National Assembly ;
  4. Any person who has held the office of the secretary of a public company for at least three years of the five years immediately preceding his appointment in a public company; or
  5. A body corporate or firm consisting of members each of whom is qualified under paragraph (1), (2), or (3).

The services we render as yoir external company secretary are quite extensive and form and they will be the  foundation for the smooth operation of your  company business. Some of these services include:

  • Scheduling and preparation of the notice of company and board meetings
  • Circulating and publishing notice of general meetings
  • Advising on compliance with provisions of Companies and Allied Matters Act, Company Regulations and other simJLCr regulatory laws for companies
  • Ensuring the business of the company is conducted following its objects contained in the company memorandum of association.
  • Ensuring the company observes and complies with the articles of the company
  • Filing or ensuring the filing of all company statutory returns at the Corporate Affairs Commission
  • Keeping and maintaining all statutory registers and records for the company
  • To record and prepare minutes of proceedings for all company’s meetings
  • To prepare and co-sign board and company resolutions.
  • To prepare the agenda and other documents for the general meetings after due consultation with the chairman
  • To ensure company annual meetings and extraordinary general meetings are held in compliance with the provisions of statutes.
  • Other administrative and secretarial duties as directed by the director or the company, which may include drafting & reviewing company agreements and contracts.

Conclusively, as your external company secretary we will be indispensable for the effective administration of the affairs of a company.


  • Entrepreneurship – Start-ups services


Our Entrepreneurial services are geared towards those services that generate new market, product, and service ideas. Managerial services are the routine functions of the firm and facilitate the profitable execution of new opportunities.

 The firm’s administrative framework consists of two kinds of services that are important to a firm’s growth- Entrepreneurial and Managerial services.

Entrepreneurial services refer to those services that generate new market, product, and service ideas.

Managerial services are the routine functions of the firm and facilitate the profitable execution of new opportunities.

An entrepreneurial services consulting team of a company helps organize meaningful financial systems so every decision a company makes, from the long-term to the daily, is backed by up-to-date and solid information.

Entrepreneurial services address a business’s outsourced accounting and taxation requirements to help the business grow. Entrepreneurs get business outsourced accounting, helping the business’s full-time staff to remain focused on maintaining and bringing in business that creates future growth potentials. These services not only will guide the business to get started and running, but also will help it plan for the future. These services serve in the following areas:

  • Organizing, reorganizing, or dissolving a business
  • Tax planning and structuring
  • Mergers and acquisition
  • IPO planning
  • Implementing accounting and bookkeeping systems
  • Business outsourced accounting
  • Financial statement analysis
  • Cash flow, budget, and payroll forecasting

Managerial services will have economic importance because they organize and control resources in cohesive and systematic manners and are basics and essentials of firms. 

Entrepreneurial and Managerial services are equally important for a business to run successfully. 




  • Investment matters at the security & exchange commission representation.

E Representation to SEC on capital market activities, fund management, registration in accordance with investments and securities Act 2007Making & packaging Applications as investment Adviser to SEC

  • Administrative & Public Law

“Members have an excellent track record, and can be found on the docket for some of the biggest trials coming down the pipeline. Jozech law chambers has a long history of acting in major administrative and public law cases.

Members are involved in the full spectrum of administrative and public law advice and advocacy, acting for or against public bodies, in all forums including regulatory tribunals, the Administrative Court and the appellant courts. This work includes public law disputes that arise in commercial and regulatory contexts such as within the financial and legal services, professional discipline, accountancy, aviation and insurance arenas.

Members act for and against financial services and legal regulators and trade bodies such as the Association of Nigerian Insurers. They regularly advise regulators in relation to their statutory powers and responsibilities and on important policy work. We have also represented medical and quasi-medical professional bodies and act for and against government departments. In addition, a number of members are, or have been, on the Attorney General’s panels for Government litigation.

Our work includes cases relating to:                         

  • Admin and public law elements of:
    • Aviation cases
    • Financial services disputes
    • Insurance cases
    • Professional discipline matters
  • Regulatory issues including:
    • Public law duties of regulators
    • Judicial review of disciplinary proceedings
    • Public law aspects of regulatory compensation schemes
  • Human rights cases
  • Public procurement issues
  • Judicial reviews
  • Commercial public law proceedings
  • Employment

    “Its ‘truly impressive array of top-quality barristers’ make it ‘an elite set’, which is appreciated for its ‘down-to-earth approach’ and the fact that it has ‘moved with the times’.”

    Clients instruct Jozech law chambers members for employment work in high-profile and challenging cases, requiring an in-depth understanding of business practices as well as the relevant laws and regulations.

    Members who specialise in this area often act on behalf of large public, business and corporate clients but also managerial, senior executive and director-level individuals.

    Our advocates appear in all relevant forums, including the National Indusrial and the High Court. We also have extensive experience in the appellate courts including the Court of Appeal and Supreme Court.

    Instruction in High Court matters often involve strike action, industrial relations, restrictive covenants, fiduciary duties and confidentiality injunctions. We have the flexibility and experience to work quickly and often at short notice, including in bringing and defending ‘springboard injunctions. Our work includes obtaining injunctions to prevent strikes, and in extensively publicised disputes involving businesses spanning the transport, media, retail and public sectors.

    Our employment work goes beyond contentious matters and our members regularly provide advisory services such as on individual employment contracts involving large classes of employees and collective labour law, employment tax and the National Minimum Wage.

    We have dealt with many business reorganisations, including We are also skilled at obtaining injunctions to enforce post-termination contractual restrictions and confidentiality obligations.

    Jozech law chambers is also regularly instructed to give advice and act in claims concerning statutory rights and particularly proceedings for public interest disclosure (including whistle-blowing-related matters), unfair dismissal and discrimination. Members regularly advise on confidential and sensitive matters including those involving allegations of inappropriate conduct, harassment and victimisation.

    Our work includes cases relating to:

    • Contract disputes
    • Industrial action
    • Restrictive covenants
    • Team moves
    • Whistle-blowing
    • Discrimination and victimisation
    • Workplace harassment
    • Unfair dismissal
    • Tax and benefits
    • Regulatory disputes
  • Media, Entertainment & Sport

Most of our media and entertainment work naturally arises in the context of our core commercial and regulatory practice areas.

We have wide experience of dealing with commercial contracts between media organisations and companies, agencies, managers, promoters, trade associations, as well as disputes relating to media coverage rights.

Our members have previously advised various TV production companies on contractual football coverage rights, as well as individual players on image rights and their protection. In addition, we have acted for Premiership and lower league football clubs and have mediated between them and sponsors over their media obligations.

Our sports work is also heavily based on our core practice areas and teams involving the effect of force majeure clauses and the principles of the law of frustration.We have advised on disputes in almost every sport; from football, , Formula One motor racing and cricket to tennis, show-jumping and polo. We have also acted for industry bodies such as Sport England and in cases involving sports law and finance,  .We also have extensive experience of advising on confidential and sensitive matters in this area.

Our work includes cases relating to:

  • Commercial contracts
  • Sponsorship disputes particularly arising out of COVID-19 issues
  • Fraud claims
  • Professional negligence claims
  • Regulatory disputes
  • Intellectual property including copyright, royalties, trademark issues and image rights
  • Insurance

“Jozech law chambers is a leading set for insurance and reinsurance work, with a number of practitioners who practice at the highest level.”

Insurance is a core area for Jozech law chambers.Our expertise ranges from disputes arising out of catastrophic events or supply chain breakdowns, to claims resulting from alleged negligence or product defects. We act for insurers and policyholders and are regularly instructed by brokers and managing general agents. Our work includes both litigation and arbitration.

We regularly act on coverage disputes, including regarding termination and construction of policies, across all lines. We also advise on disputes regarding third party liabilities and in the pursuit of subrogated recoveries. Members also have experience in disputes between insurers including regarding reinsurance and contractual arrangements, including binders.

We work across lines including business interruption, directors’ and officers’ liability, general liability, property damage (including catastrophic claims), professional indemnityconstruction and specialty lines including aviation, marine and energy, cyber, political risk, trade credit and fine art. We also have extensive experience of disputes surrounding Bermuda Form wordings.

In recent times, our members’ expertise has been called upon in relation to  , including in the most significant insurance case in recent history, the FCA Test Case on the validity of business interruption claims, both in the High Court and the leapfrog appeal to the Supreme Court.

In addition, our members have written many of the leading textbooks in the insurance field.

Our work includes cases relating to:

  • Coverage disputes, including matters involving issues around termination of cover and construction of policies
  • Claims regarding third party liabilities, representing insurers or the insured party
  • The pursuit of subrogated recoveries
  • Reinsurance disputes between providers
  • Contractual disputes including between capacity providers and agents
  • Regulatory disputes
  • Fraud claims
  • Product Liability

“The members of Jozech law chambers’ expertise ranges from pharmaceutical and consumer product group actions to acting for clients in claims relating to industrial, marine or aviation products.”

A number of Jozech law chambers members have significant product liability practices, involving a broad range of experience ranging from substantial pharmaceutical and consumer product group actions to individual sale of goods disputes and complex claims across various sectors.

Some of our members benefit from scientific backgrounds, providing invaluable experience when dealing with what are often highly complex technical or statistical issues. We have experience of dealing with issues such as the incorporation of contract terms, exclusion clauses, conflicts of laws and defects, including under the Sale of Goods Act. Our members also specialise in identifying the evidence behind any alleged defective design, pleading the technical causes of defect, and advising on the incorporation and applicability of contractual exclusion clauses.

Jozech law chambers members have been involved in some of the highest profile product liability claims in recent years spanning a number of sectors, calling upon our expertise in those areas, including aviation, healthcare, insurance and technology. For example, we have advised on a number of product liability disputes involving aircraft including claims resulting from fatal incidents.

  • Technology

“A tour de force of brain power and commerciality.”


Technology litigation and advice is an increasingly important part of our work at Jozech law chambers.

Our expertise includes acting on traditional technology matters involving telecommunications and media, as well as in relation to newer areas such as personal data, distributed ledger technology, cryptocurrencies and artificial intelligence.

We advise on both disputes and regulatory issues. Members have acted in a range of forums, including litigation, arbitrationcompetition tribunals and regulatory investigations. Given that approaches to liability and governance regimes for new technology are developing simultaneously in many jurisdictions, our work is often cross-border.

In addition to acting in major disputes, members of Jozech law chambers have written or contributed to major publications on artificial intelligence and cryptocurrencies.

Our work includes cases relating to:

  • Artificial Intelligence
  • Big data
  • Contractual disputes
  • Cryptocurrencies
  • Cyber security
  • Data protection
  • Distributed ledger technology and smart contracts
  • ‘Internet of Things’
  • Negligence claims against IT and technology professionals
  • Software disputes
  • Telecommunications
  • Tax

Members of Jozech law chambers maintain their tax practices alongside the set’s existing corporate, insolvencyemployment and restructuring offerings, whilst also leveraging their top-tier banking and finance experience.

Our experience as a commercial litigation firm, together with relevant Chancery, offshore, and corporate litigation expertise, enables us to assist on tax avoidance and transfer pricing cases. Our work is informed by our familiarity with the mechanics of large-scale, factually and legally complex litigation.

Members have represented Her Majesty’s Revenue & Customs at junior and senior levels, including in government panel litigation, for many years.

Our work in large tax avoidance and transfer pricing cases on behalf of FIRS. Recent tax avoidance matters include ‘gold bullion’ schemes and umbrella employment. Members are also used to dealing with the overlap between tax and employment litigation,.

Our work includes cases relating to:

  • Corporate tax
  • Personal tax
  • VAT (indirect tax)
  • Tax avoidance schemes, including film finance arrangements
  • Transfer pricing
  • Fraud
  • Negligence claims relating to tax advice
  • Construction law services unit

Barristers at Jozech law chambers are ‘prepared to roll up their sleeves and not stand on ceremony’.”

Our expertise in the energy sector spans all forms of energy including oil, gas, nuclear and renewables, and increasingly extractive resources such as mining, drilling and exploration.

Members are familiar with cases involving energy joint ventures, including disputes arising from the negotiation of and the acquisition/disposal of interests in a joint venture in respect of oil and gas resources, or later disputes over agreements for capital investment in and exploitation of projects for extraction/refinement of resources with associated infrastructure projects.

We will provide the requisite legal information/advice on

  • Common construction-related legal disputes
  • include workplace injuries and accidents,
  • construction defects, contract issues,
  • And problems with obtaining the proper planning or building permits…. T

We will also assist our clients on the following under the terms to Know

  • Defect – A flaw in a construction plan or building that will create an unreasonable risk of harm in its normal use
  • Mechanic’s Lien – A charge or encumbrance that can be placed on a building or a building site by a construction company to assure payment for its labor, services, or materials
  • Contractor – One that contracts to erect or repair buildings; ensure that the builder/contractor  obtains a  license from the state or local government or help  them to obtain one
  • Provide advice on Occupational Safety and Health in construction workplace safety and health precautions
  • Advise on all types and nature of  construction contracts



Civil Rights and Liberties:

Upholding the fundamental rights and liberties of individuals is at the core of our practice. From discrimination cases to constitutional rights advocacy, we fearlessly stand up for justice, ensuring that all are treated fairly and equitably under the law.

Environmental Law:

We are stewards of the environment, advocating for sustainable practices and holding those who harm our planet accountable. Our environmental law practice addresses issues such as pollution, conservation, and environmental justice.

Corporate Ethics and Compliance:

In the corporate realm, our focus on ethics is unwavering. We assist businesses in navigating complex ethical challenges, ensuring they operate with integrity and compliance with the law.

Family Law:

Guiding families through legal complexities with compassion and empathy is a hallmark of our family law practice. Whether it’s divorce, child custody, or adoption, we approach family matters with sensitivity and a commitment to fair resolutions.

Criminal Defense:

The principle of ‘innocent until proven guilty’ is the foundation of our criminal defense practice. We fearlessly defend the rights of individuals facing criminal charges, ensuring a fair legal process.


Business Litigation:

In the business arena, we fear no challenge. Our business litigation practice addresses disputes and conflicts with a focus on achieving just and equitable resolutions for our clients.

Employment Law:

Upholding the rights of employees and employers alike, our employment law practice addresses issues such as workplace discrimination, wrongful termination, and labor law compliance.

Healthcare Law:

Ensuring ethical and legal standards in healthcare is crucial. Our healthcare law practice navigates the complexities of regulations, compliance, and patient rights.

Real Estate Law:

From property disputes to transactions, our real estate law practice ensures that clients navigate the complexities of real estate with confidence and integrity.


At Jozech law Chambers, our diverse practice areas are a testament to our fearless approach to justice. No matter the legal challenge, we are here to do right and fear no one.

Explore our practice areas to discover how we can stand by you in your pursuit of justice.