We are a client-driven organization which takes a long-term view of our relationships.

Centurion Law Firm remains on the cutting edge of business practices by providing outsourced general counsel representation to the Energy industry in the Gulf of Guinea.

Arbitration & Commercial Litigation

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Banking & Finance

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Corporate Law

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Doing Business

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Anti-Corruption Advisory

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Labor & Employment

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Oil & Gas

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Tax & Customs

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Recent Engagements

We combine the best possible talent and ensure our professional advice and support are the best value to clients.

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Advising on business registration and incorporation in Equatorial Guinea

Advising clients on establishing legal entities, branches, and representative offices and conducting business in the Equatorial Guinea, as well as related corporate, commercial, employment, and immigration matters. Centurion completed the process in record time.

Dispute resolution

Represented an international oil & gas company in a dispute over the application of a special tax rate under a production sharing contract. Our team won the dispute despite unpromising previous case law on the issue.

Advising for highway construction in Equatorial Guinea

Advising a multinational engineering and construction company on a planned project for the design and construction of a highway in Equatorial Guinea

Recent Articles

We strive to actively be involved in business, industry and community organizations and to maintain our visibility as lawyers and as members of our communities.

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Opportunities for U.S. law firms to consult on projects in African nations are growing

Opportunities for U.S. law firms to consult on projects in African nations are growing, and companies here and abroad are increasingly turning to law firms to help do deals, navigate regulations and develop infrastructure projects. Weather its building a hotel in Ethiopia, writing contracts between African governments and petroleum producers or bringing together public and [...]

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Stable Gains

Since the early 1970s when the oil shock sparked by the Arab oil embargo was followed by another extraordinary price rise at the end of the decade, contract renegotiation between African governments and international oil firms has become a recurring concern. Perceived excess profits for exploration companies, particularly during periods of high crude oil prices [...]

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Equatorial Guinea Law firm of the Year 2012

I want to thank you for your support this year. Today we were informed by ACQ Global Awards that Centurion Law firm was voted, the Oil and Gas law firm of the year in Equatorial Guinea.