hightower solicitors & Advocates
Commerce meets Legal
About the Firm
HIGHTOWER SOLICITORS AND ADVOCATES has enjoyed a high profile for a new law firm and an excellent reputation garnered by acting for well-known and successful creative industry entrepreneurs and stakeholders in the Nigerian music industry. At inception the firm gained notoriety for its ability to help build new businesses and help with seamless operations by business owners in the music landscape. The firm’s Intellectual Practice focused increasingly upon Talent Representation, Project Finance and Dispute Resolution. The firm’s exceptional drive to provide quality legal services earned it a reputation for
professionalism, pragmatism and fairness amongst industry leading lights.
These qualities have informed the expansion of the practice and diversification into other relatable practice areas such as Foreign Direct Investment, Real Property, Family Law, Dispute Resolution and Debt Recovery.
Our Intellectual Property Team represents an ever growing list of leading and successful clients from all sectors of the Music, Filmmaking, Photography, Advertising, Design, Media, Television and Event Production. To defend the marketable interests of our clients, the firm has had from anearly stage, a litigation capability. Our Dispute Resolution Team is well
equipped to protect the interests of our broadening client base.
Akinyemi is extremely quick on his feet and has the ability to break down and clearly analyze even the most complex of legal issues. He pays painstaking attention to detail. He is recognized as one of the “bright stars” in Nigerian Entertainment and Intellectual Property Law circuits and has authored and presented articles/papers in local and international publications and fora.
Henry Mejulu was educated at the University of Lagos and admitted to the Nigerian Bar in 2010.
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