Mary is a senior associate in the firm’s corporate advisory, mergers and acquisitions and labour and employment teams and has been involved in various transactions across her practice areas. She has advised private equity funds, DFIs and other multinational investors in connection with various equity investments, acquisitions and financing transactions across a range of sectors; and routinely coordinates due diligence reviews in connection with various investment and financing transactions. Mary’s labour and employment practice has seen her advice clients on Nigerian law requirements for employment contracts, restraint of trade, immigration requirements for foreign employees, requirements for termination of employment contracts, redundancies and restructuring employee remuneration structures. Her experience in this practice area also covers advising on trade union laws and trade disputes and the applicable compensation regime in the context of employment arrangements. Mary is a regular contributor to the World Bank’s Women Business and Law Report and the Taylor Vinters Employment Law Newsletter. She co-authored the IFLR 2016 Mergers and Acquisition review and the Practical Law - International Acquisitions Transaction Guide 2016. She contributed to the Bowmans Africa Guide - Employment Consequences of Business Transfer, the Simmons and Simmons Elexica resource and to the World Bank’s Doing Business in Nigeria surveys from 2011 to 2015.