Michael Ugah is a Senior Associate in the firm’s disputes resolution team.
He represents and advises on disputes concerning corporate & commercial, banking & finance, oil & gas, employment, and real estate matters before various courts and tribunals in Nigeria.
Michael has also advised both local and international clients on arbitration, labour, and employment, corporate governance, and taxation in Nigeria.
|2022||Senior Associate, Udo Udoma & Belo-Osagie|
|2018||Associate, Udo Udoma & Belo-Osagie|
|2017||Associate, Paul Usoro (SAN) & Co.|
|2016||Associate, Odujinrin & Adefulu|
|2016||Counsel, STA Raji & Co.|
|2016||Counsel, Dafe Akpedeye (SAN) & Co. (now Compos Mentis Chambers)|
|2014||Counsel, Chief Toye Coker (SAN) & Co.|
|2013||State Counsel, Ogun State Ministry of Justice|
|2013||Extern, Falana & Falana Chambers|
|2016||University of Ibadan, LL.M|
|2013||Nigerian Law School, BL|
|2012||Madonna University Okija, LL.B|
|Nigerian Bar Association|
|Chartered Institute of Arbitrators, United Kingdom|
The Middle Eastern and African Arbitration Review (GAR)
Uzoma Azikiwe, SAN (Partner), Festus Onyia (Partner), and Michael Ugah (Associate) of the firm’s dispute resolution team, have contributed the Nigerian chapter to the 2022 edition of The Middle Eastern and African Arbitration Review (GAR). The publication is now live; to read it, please click here: https://globalarbitrationreview.com/review/the-middle-eastern-and-african-arbitration-review/2022/article/nigeria. The publication addresses topical issues such as whether […]Read More
A Party Seeking To Enforce An Arbitral Award In Nigeria Does Not Need To Comply With The Pre-Action Protocol Required Under The High Court Of Lagos State
UUBO’s Dispute Resolution team is pleased to share its most recent publication authored by Uzoma Azikiwe, SAN (Partner), Festus Onyia FCIArb, UK (Partner) and Michael Ugah (Associate), which discusses the recent decision of the High Court of Lagos State where the High Court ruled that a party seeking to enforce an arbitral award under the Nigerian Arbitration and Conciliation Act […]Read More
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