Oghomwen is a Managing Counsel in the firm’s Corporate & Commercial and METI (Media Entertainment Technology IP) Practice groups.
With over 12 years of legal experience, Oghomwen has a broad commercial practice experience with particular focus on technology, labour, data protection and privacy, IP, regulatory compliance, and M & A.
Oghomwen has a deep-seated understanding of the legal, business, and technological considerations in commercial transactions. She routinely advises multinational and indigenous corporations on a wide range of regulatory compliance matters, while crafting workable solutions to meet the business objectives of her clients.
With the considerable experience she has with various sector regulators, she has represented clients before investigative panels. She also routinely conducts due diligence, risk assessments, and, compliance audits and is involved in the preparation of policies and codes of practice for her clients.
Oghomwen is a graduate of the University of Benin. Her client portfolio includes, big tech companies, consumer and retail companies, oil and gas sector companies, e-commerce companies etc.
A Selection Of Relevant Experience
- ATC Nigeria in connection with its acquisition of over 700 telecommunication towers from Hedge Comtech Nigeria Limited, JF& A Ventures and Zyetechom Integrated Services Nigeria Limited.
- Google in connection with the operation of the Google Street View Project in Nigeria, a technologically advanced navigation system which involves the garnering of panoramic images around various locations to enhance ground level view of images of cities, real estate, businesses, and tourist attractions by end users from the comfort of their homes, offices, or hotel rooms etc.
- Venture Garden Group Africa’s leading technology holding conglomerate, on the corporate restructuring and decentralisation of its business, and the institution of corporate governance structures within the group.
- Engie on its proposed sale of 100% of the shares held by Engie Afrique SAS and Engie Energies Services SA in each of the legal entities through which Engie operates its business known as Engie Energy Access and which main activity is providing Pay-As-You-GO mini-grid solutions in Africa, to potential purchasers.
- Cross Boundary Energy (“CBE’”) in respect of its proposed tower infrastructure and energy systems deployment projects in Nigeria.
- Nigeria Liquified Natural Gas (NLNG) on new or potential laws, regulations, or policies affecting its operations in Nigeria.