Uchechukwu Ojimba is an associate and a member of the firm’s intellectual property, private equity, and mergers and acquisition teams. Since joining the firm, he has been involved in a wide range of matters, including general corporate advisory and litigation.
Trainee Associate, Udo Udoma & Belo-Osagie
Associate, Udo Udoma & Belo-Osagie
Afe Babalola University, LL.B
Nigerian Law School, BL
Nigerian Bar Association
The Nigerian Institute of Chartered Arbitrators
Data Protection Compliance: Conducting Annual Data Protection Audits
Did you know that: The Nigeria Data Protection Regulations 2019 (“NDPR”) requires organisations to conduct a detailed audit of their privacy and data protection practices at inception and thereafter on an annual basis where they process the Personal Data of Nigerian citizens and residents utilising the services of a licensed Data Protection Compliance Organisation (“DPCO”).Read More
Revised COVID-19 Public Health Guidelines for All Aviation Service Providers
On 12th December 2022, the Nigerian Civil Aviation Authority (“NCAA”) issued the ‘Revised COVID-19 Public Health Guidelines for All Aviation Service Providers (Domestic and International Operations)’ (the “Revised Covid-19 Guidelines”). The Revised COVID-19 Guidelines have been issued to correspond with the consistently low numbers of COVID-19 cases in Nigeria and most parts of the world. […]Read More
THE CLIMATE CHANGE ACT 2021: KEY POINTS FOR CONSIDERATION
In order to protect the Nigerian environment and ecosystem from the ravages associated with climate change and to achieve the reduction of greenhouse gas emissions in Nigeria, President Muhammadu Buhari of Nigeria signed the country’s climate change bill into law on 18th November 2021. We have provided a highlight of some of the key provisions […]Read More
Regulatory Update: Exposure Draft Of The Guidelines For The Regulation Of Representative Offices Of Foreign Banks In Nigeria
In the Nigerian banking sector, there are some representative offices which are owned by foreign banks. A representative office serves as a marketing and liaison office in Nigeria for a foreign bank – which is usually the parent company. Representative offices are approved by the Central Bank of Nigeria (“CBN”) pursuant to section 8 of […]Read More
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