Early, thorough case analysis helps our clients to make appropriate and prudent business decisions



We understand the need to resolve conflicts in the most cost-effective and timely manner possible. As a specialist dispute resolution firm, Broderick Bozimo & Company has broad experience of successfully navigating complex and high-value commercial arbitrations. We regularly act on behalf of companies and high-net-worth individuals under major arbitral rules and ad-hoc arbitration.

Cases in which our lawyers have been involved include:

  • Acting as lead counsel for a claimant corporation in a N900 million power supply dispute submitted to ad hoc arbitration.
  • Acting as co-counsel for a claimant corporation in a $300 million gas supply dispute submitted to ICC Arbitration.
  • Acting as co-counsel for a claimant corporation in a $600 million dispute connected with an ad hoc arbitration award.

Our lawyers are also experienced in other methods of Alternative dispute Resolution, including Mediation.

Our Lawyers have experience at all levels of State and Federal courts and before several administrative tribunals.

By including our clients in the decision-making process, we transparently manage the risk of litigation and find the most cost-effective and efficient approach to each case.  Our aim is to identify critical issues early, avoid lengthy proceedings, minimize the disruption to our clients’ businesses and resolve disputes in a creative and expeditious way.

We have extensive experience in litigating commercial contracts, securities, professional negligence, directors’ and officers’ liability, breach of fiduciary duty, real estate, employment, human rights, environmental and constitutional matters.

Our clients include public and private corporations in a wide cross-section of industries.

Whilst we do not undertake significant transactional work, we do occasionally, at our clients’ request, undertake commercial advisory and contractual work. Recent examples include:

  • Advising a foreign diplomatic Mission in Nigeria on matters relating to trade and investment.
  • Consultant to an International Development Agency for the Comprehensive Review of the Institutional, Regulatory, Legislative and Associated Instruments affecting Businesses in Nigeria.
  • Member of the Technical Committee for the reform of the Nigerian Arbitration and Conciliation Act.
  • Advising the Senate Committee on Banking, Insurance and Other Financial Institutions as to the legitimacy of a Nigerian Development Finance Institution.
  • Advising a major Swiss corporation on a potential joint venture with a Nigerian company in an agro-allied transaction.