Mrs. Tayo-Oyetibo’s main areas of practice include Dispute Resolution, Shipping, Aviation, Restructuring, Insolvency, Intellectual Property and Corporate Governance and Secretariat Services. In the course of her practice, she has gained invaluable civil and commercial litigation experience across the hierarchy of courts in Nigeria on matters relating to her key areas of practice. She advises clients on these areas of law, as well as in corporate governance, employment, tax and intellectual property.
She was also involved in a landmark Judgment on the charge of stamp duties on deposits with banks and a landmark Judgment of the Supreme Court on the limitation period whilst litigation is pending in Court.
Mrs. Tayo-Oyetibo is articulate, intelligent, thorough, always wanting to ensure that clients’ instructions and goals are carried out and attained within set deadlines and clients’ interests protected. She has a flair for organising clients’ and officer affairs and matters.
Education LL.B (Hons.) University of Essex, United Kingdom 2011
LLM (Maritime Law) University of Southampton, United Kingdom 2013
PGD Legal Practice Course, BPP University, United Kingdom 2016
Bar Admissions Barrister and Solicitor, Nigerian Law School, Nigeria 2012
Solicitor, England and Wales (in view)
Member, Nigerian Bar Association
Member, Nigerian Maritime Law Association
Member, International Bar Association
Associate, Chartered Institute of Arbitrators (UK)