Babatunde Olayinka is a Senior Associate and a member of the firm’s corporate & commercial team.
He specialises in and regularly advises clients on telecommunications& technology, corporate immigration, employment, and aviation matters. He presently advises on acquisition of telecommunications service licences and on compliance with telecommunications laws and regulations. He also advises operators on aircraft relocation, registration and leasing, as well as aircraft securities finance transactions. In addition, he advises clients on cross-border corporate acquisition transactions, and assists with the negotiation of contracts.
Babatunde was a crucial part of the team which advised on the establishment of some of the pioneer series of exchange-traded Index funds in the country. He has advised on property acquisition & conveyance and assisted in perfection of title at various land registries. He has also done dispute resolution work, including commercial litigation in diverse commercial practice areas and intellectual property disputes.
|2021||Senior Associate, Udo Udoma & Belo-Osagie|
|2018||Associate, Udo Udoma & Belo-Osagie, Associate|
|2007 - 2018||Abraham & Co, Associate|
|2006 - 2007||Olajide Oyewole LLP, Associate|
|2005 - 2006||Namseh Eno & Co, Associate|
|2004||Nigerian Law School, BL|
|2001||University of Ibadan, Ibadan, Oyo state, LL.B|
|2004||Nigerian Law School|
|2004||Nigerian Law School|
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Impact of the Nigeria Data Protection Regulations (NDPR) Implementation Framework 2020 on the existing provisions of the NDPR
Data protection compliance has become an integral part of every organisation that collects and processes personal data. In order to strengthen consumer confidence, organisations are required to ensure that the personal data of their customers are secured from unauthorised access. Join Jumoke Lambo, a Partner of UUBO, who heads the firm’s data protection team, as well as Babatunde olayinka (a […]Read More