MESUABARI MENE-JOSIAH

Senior Associate

Mesuabari Mene-Josiah is a Senior Associate within the firm’s Litigation and Alternative Dis-pute Resolution team.

He regularly represents and advises both foreign and Nigerian clients on disputes relating to corporate and commercial, contract, banking and finance, oil & gas, admiralty, corporate insolvency, aviation, labour and employment, corporate governance, criminal, tele-communications, and real estate matters before various courts and tribunals in Nigeria. He also participates in due diligence exercises conducted on target companies for in-vestment, mergers and acquisitions.

Mesuabari has been involved in various pre-election and election petition matters and is versed in arbitration.

2018Associate, Udo Udoma & Belo-Osagie
2014Associate, Tayo Oyetibo LP
2013Associate, Lanre Oyetunji & Co
2012Legal Officer, Ministry of Justice, Abeokuta, Ogun State

 

2012Nigerian Law School, BL
2011University of Calabar, LLB
2005River State College of Arts and Science, National Diploma in Law

 

2012Nigeria

 

Nigerian Bar Association

Chambers and Partners Global Practice Guides: Energy: Oil & Gas 2022 Nigeria: Trends & Developments

August 16, 2022

Our partner, Folake Elias-Adebowale, Senior Associate, Mesuabari Mene-Josiah, and, Associate, Idorenyin Umoh of our Oil & Gas team have contributed to Nigeria ‘Trends and Developments’ section of the Chambers and Partners’ Energy: Oil & Gas Global Practice Guide 2022. This is available to download at https://lnkd.in/dbNViwx8. For more information about our oil and gas, energy, […]

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Innovations in corporate insolvency in Nigeria under the Companies and Allied Matters Act, 2020 –Insolvency Practitioners

June 23, 2022

 

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Nigeria Rethinks Local Content: The Senate’s Nigerian Oil And Gas Content Development (Amendment) Bill 2020 (And How It Compares With The House Of Representatives’ Nigerian Content Development And Enforcement Bill 2019)

July 12, 2020

NIGERIA RETHINKS LOCAL CONTENT: THE SENATE’S NIGERIAN OIL AND GAS CONTENT DEVELOPMENT (AMENDMENT) BILL 2020 (AND HOW IT COMPARES WITH THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES’ NIGERIAN CONTENT DEVELOPMENT AND ENFORCEMENT BILL 2019) Not for the first time in the history of local content lawmaking in Nigeria, and with the benefit of a decade’s experience seeking to […]

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Nigeria Rethinks Local Content: The Senate’s Nigerian Oil And Gas Content Development (Amendment) Bill 2020 (And How It Compares With The House Of Representatives’ Nigerian Content Development And Enforcement Bill 2019)

July 12, 2020

Not for the first time in the history of local content lawmaking in Nigeria, and with the benefit of a decade’s experience seeking to interpret, implement, comply with and enforce the discrete, petroleum sector-focused Nigerian Oil and Gas Industry Content Development Act 2010, the Nigerian Senate and House of Representatives are concurrently deliberating on separate […]

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