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Benedict Oregbemhe Senior Associate

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Mr. Benedict Oregbemhe started his legal career with one of the topmost law firms in the Eastern part of Nigeria and subsequently worked for two other leading law firms in Lagos before joining S. P. A. Ajibade & Co. in 2012

Benedict Oregbemhe is a highly ambitious, self-driven and focused legal practitioner with a proclivity for legal practice. He has flair for litigation and advocacy, with a strong drive and commitment for client satisfaction and service delivery. He is a great team player, with an amazing ability to work under pressure. He has considerable experience in commercial and corporate dispute resolution, debt recovery, Industrial and Labour Law, real property, Oil and Gas Law, Energy Law, Immigration Law, Shipping and Maritime law as well as International Arbitration.

  • University of Lagos, Nigeria - Master of Laws (LL.M.) 2015.
  • Nigerian Law School, Nigeria – Barrister at Law (BL) with Honours (Second Class Upper Division) 2007.
  • University of Benin, Nigeria- Bachelor of Laws (LL.B.) with Honours (Second Class Upper Division) 2006.
  • International Trademarks Association (INTA)
  • Nigerian Bar Association (NBA)
  • Lagos Court of Arbitration
  • International Bar Association
  • “A Case for a Scheme of Compensation for unexhausted Economic interest in Lands, Subject of Revocation under the Land Use Act” being a long essay submitted to the Faculty of Law, University of Lagos, Lagos State, Nigeria, in partial fulfilment of the award of the Master of Laws Degree (LL.M.) 2014.
  • “A Critique on the Competence and Compellability of Witnesses under the Nigerian Law of Evidence’’ being a long essay submitted to the faculty of law, University of Benin, Benin City, Edo State, Nigeria, in partial fulfilment of the award of Bachelor of Laws Degree (LL.B.), 2006.
  • “Administering Local Government Councils through Caretaker Committees: How Constitutional?” Published in Thisday Newspapers of 1st January 2012 at pg. 15..
  • “Consumers Protection in Advertised Promotion and unsolicited Commercial Calls and Text Messages in Nigeria” published by the Business Law Review, Vol. 2, No. 4, December, 2011.
  • “Corporate Personality: Court Restates Fraud as ground for lifting Corporate Veil”, (co-authored with Yilji Dimka) published on International Law Office website on 16/12/2013 at www.internationallawoffice/newsletters.
  • “EFCC as Debt Collector Agency’’ being an article published in (Thisday Lawyer section) of Thisday Newspapers of 3rd May, 2011 pg. vii, available at www.thisdaylive.com.
  • “Overview of Commercial Dispute Resolution in Nigeria”, (co-authored with Matthias Dawodu & Onyinye Ukegbu) published in the 3rd Edition of Global Legal Insights – Litigation & Dispute Resolution; published by Global Legal Group Ltd, London.” www.globallegalinsights.com.
  • “Passengers Right to Compensation in Denied Boarding, Delayed and Cancelled Flights” Published in Current Issues in Nigerian Business Law: Essays in Honour of Goodie M. Ibru 2013.
  • “Review of LLPs under the Partnership Law of Lagos State”, (co-authored with Mr Afolabi Odeleye) published on International Law Office website on 7/10/2013, available at www.internationallawoffice/newsletters.
  • “Unsolicited Calls: Burden of Consumers Protection in Telecoms Industry” being an article published in (Thisday Lawyer section) of Thisday Newspapers of 8th January 2013 pg. 15, available at www.thisdaylive.com.
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