Eseoghene is an associate with the Intellectual Property & Technology+ and Employment Global Mobility Practice Group. Palmer possesses credible experience in Data Protection, Intellectual Property, Dispute Resolution and Employment and Global Mobility matters. He routinely advises clients on a spectrum of matters ranging from trade dispute, employment policy and guidelines, data protection, NFT brand protection, patent and designs, copyright and trademark law.
- Reviewed complex legal agreements involving Technology Transfer, Service Level, and Intellectual Property subject matters.
- Entered legal appearances on contentious and non-contentious civil/commercial cases both in high courts in various states and several Court of Appeal divisions.
- Provided numerous legal advisory services for clients relating to mobile money compliance issues,
- Provided legal advisory services with respect to Anti-money laundering cases, CBN regulation, and compliances issues.
- Provided legal advice to public and private entities in the restructuring of their data privacy and protection regimes, business incorporation and regulatory compliance.
- Settled over N250 Million (Two Hundred and Fifty Million Naira) in legal settlements.
- Barrister and Solicitor of the Federal Republic of Nigeria
- Nigerian Law School
- University of Benin
- 2018 to 2022, Associate and Senior Associate, at a Lagos Law Firm
- 2017 to 2018, NYSC Associate, at a Lagos Law firm
- Member of the Nigerian Bar Association
- International Association of Privacy Professionals
- Commonwealth Lawyers Association
- Nigerian Institute of Chartered Arbitrators
The right to strike is one of the most cherished possessions of trade unions and they regard it as their powerful weapon and safeguard against low wages or poor working conditions which employers may seek to impose on them.