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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.

Professional Qualifications  

  • Barrister and Solicitor of the Federal Republic of Nigeria


  • Nigerian Law School
  • University of Benin

Prior Experience

  • 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