A spot-light on Muyiwa Ogungbenro a legal professional with eyes on commercial litigation, taxation, arbitration, and finance

A spot-light on Muyiwa Ogungbenro a legal professional with eyes on commercial litigation, taxation, arbitration, and finance

Muyiwa Ogungbenro is a partner at Olajide Oyewole LLP( a Member of DLA Piper Africa) where he advises and represents clients in commercial cross-border litigation, shareholders’ disputes, and international trade disputes. A legal practitioner who has advised clients on tortious actions such as economic torts and negligence. Muyiwa represents parties in Nigerian courts and before international commercial arbitration tribunals.


He has worked with O&O Networks Ltd – a subsidiary of Ecobank, Samsung Heavy Industries, Supersport, Arcadia, and the Lagos State government.

He has advised businesses on Nigerian taxes as well as represented clients in tax disputes before Nigerian courts and tax tribunals.

As part of his desire to contribute to the development of the Nigerian legal profession, he has spoken on different webinars and conferences.

He has written extensively on taxation in Nigeria. Recently he co_authored an article entitled “Tiered dispute resolution clauses: can courts grant injunctions in support of arbitration before or during negotiations? published on Lexology.

His other publications on Lexology includes: (1)

https://www.lexology.com/commentary/litigation/nigeria/olajide-oyewole-llp/effects-of-media-interference-on-administration-of-justice-in-nigeria

(2) https://www.lexology.com/commentary/litigation/nigeria/olajide-oyewole-llp/court-injunctions-in-support-of-arbitration-which-law-is-applicable-in-lagos


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