Legal services businesses in Zambia

Assistance in the field of law before a court, authority, tribunal and giving legal advice
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Corpus Legal Practitioners
Dispute Resolution & Public Policy
Lusaka
With a fully-fledged dispute resolution and public policy team, Corpus Legal Practitioners assumes a commercial and strategic approach to dispute resolution. It remains aligned to its client’s objectives and works closely with them in executing an agreed strategy. Corpus handles disputes across a wide range of industries and sectors, including class actions and group litigation; commercial and contract disputes; employment disputes; energy and mining disputes; intellectual property disputes; international arbitration; tax disputes; and competition and aviation disputes.
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Corpus Legal Practitioners
Corporate Advisory
Lusaka
Corpus Legal Practitioners provides innovative solutions for a wide range of corporate issues. Services include set-up and operation of subsidiaries and branches, regulatory compliance, settling of contractual and commercial matters, restructuring, mergers and acquisitions, public procurement and outsourcing. The Corpus team can also handle tax matters, employment benefits, and the establishment of agribusinesses, trusts and charities.
Are you a business owner? Dentons Eric Silwamba, Jalasi & Linyama Legal Practitioners provides professional corporate and commercial law services. Their experienced legal team is committed to giving your business the best chance of succeeding as well as solving your issues in a fast and affordable manner.
William Nyirenda & Company
Commercial law
Kitwe
Companies and business owners can engage William Nyirenda & Company for litigation support as well as transactional and regulatory legal services. With a strong understanding of corporate and commercial law, their team delivers a hands-on business focused service that provides solutions to the client’s real world problems.
With vast experience in dispute resolution, Eric Silwamba, Jalasi & Linyama Legal Practitioners offers a wide selection of arbitration and mediation (alternative dispute resolution) services. Their lawyers have the capacity to resolve any dispute no matter how complex, delicate or contentious it is.
William Nyirenda & Company
Dispute resolution
Kitwe
William Nyirenda & Company provides a wide selection of mediation services for people and businesses to resolve their conflicts. This is a great alternative to going to court however parties are free to go to trial. William Nyirenda & Company is committed to ensuring that all parties reach common ground and resolve their dispute in an amicable manner.

Legal services

Assistance in the field of law before a court, authority, tribunal and giving legal advice
Legally protected claims to resources, such as land, personal property, and intellectual property
Law firms that mediate the relationship between employees, employers, trade unions and government
Mediation between parties, by negotiation, arbitration, collaborative law, and litigation
Legal services are designed to support businesses in making money from their products and services.

Legal service in Zambia involves giving legal advice to clients, drafting legal documents for clients, and representing clients in legal negotiations and court proceedings such as lawsuits, and is applied to the professional services of a lawyer or attorney at law, solicitor, or civil law notary. The main legal service areas: corporate advisory, banking and finance, dispute resolution and property and conveyancing. Some legal firms offer comprehensive commercial and corporate legal services in Zambia. Legal Aid Board Zambia are socially conscious legal professionals, who defend and protect the rights of the country’s most vulnerable by providing legal advice and representation in criminal and civil matters.

Legal services include rendering of any service in the conduct of any other proceedings before any court or other authority or tribunal and the giving of any advice of any legal matter.

As a general matter, only a lawyer may give actual legal advice, whereas any non-lawyer may recite legal information. Furthermore, it is generally illegal for a non-lawyer or unlicensed attorney to offer legal advice or otherwise represent someone other than himself or herself in a court of law. Depending on your circumstances, legal advice and legal information can both be useful. While some situations require the advice of an attorney - such as filing a lawsuit or defending criminal charges - other situations may simply warrant obtaining legal information

Companies on Infobwana provide expert advice in all aspects of the law, including corporate, contract, corporate, criminal, family and estate, tax and more. Some also offer international business services in securities, immigration, mergers and acquisitions, tax, intellectual property, and labour law, among others. In addition to specialised legal advice, law firms generally provide legal services such as litigation, document production, and legal filings.

Legal service providers usually divide their activities into two fields namely:

  • Transactional - Includes commercial and private activities that require the preparation of contracts and filing with government authorities
  • Litigation matters – While litigation includes civil matters, such as commercial disputes, personal and property damage, and criminal matters.

Types of legal services you will find here include:

  • Consultation for legal information and advice
  • Consultation to review documents (such as agreements, leases, wills, corporation documents)
  • Mediation, arbitration, or other third-party services
  • Preparation of documents
  • Representing clients in negotiations (possibly under “collaborative lawyering” agreement where both attorneys withdraw if either side chooses to litigate)
  • Representing clients in court, arbitration, administrative and legislative hearings

Legal services are ordinarily provided in exchange for financial or other tangible compensation. Services offered without remuneration are normally referred to as being pro bono Publico, or simply pro bono.