London
6th - 9th February 2019
ExCeL, London
The London Affiliate Conference surpassed expectations. The organisers delivered an event that offered solid new business, as well as enhancing opportunity with existing partners - credit to the iGB events team, and the affiliate attendance that makes it possible. LAC sets the standard that other events should follow, and if we had to select just one event to attend each year, it would be this one.
James Woods, Head of Performance Marketing, bet365

Yahaya Maikori

Yahaya Maikori

Senior Partner
Law Allianz

Yahaya is the Senior Partner of Law Allianz - a law firm with core expertise in Entertainment law (which consists of Gaming, technology, Media & Intellectual Property) and Corporate/Commercial law.

A graduate of Obafemi Awolowo University Ile-Ife; He was called to the Nigerian Bar in 1993 and admitted as a solicitor England and Wales recently. During the course of his professional career He has been legal adviser to Aso Savings and Loans Plc., Company Secretary to First Alliance Pension and Benefits Limited (now ARM Pensions).

Yahaya Adamu Maikori

Yahaya is the Senior Partner of Law Allianz - a law firm with core expertise in Entertainment law (which consists of Gaming, technology, Media & Intellectual Property) and Corporate/Commercial law.

A graduate of Obafemi Awolowo University Ile-Ife; He was called to the Nigerian Bar in 1993 and admitted as a solicitor England and Wales recently. During the course of his professional career He has been legal adviser to Aso Savings and Loans Plc., Company Secretary to First Alliance Pension and Benefits Limited (now ARM Pensions).

He seats on the Entertainment committee of the Nigeria Bar Association, the Nigeria Copyrights Commission’s Copyright law Review committee.

Yahaya has advised state governments, institutions and helped several companies establish as well as navigate issues involving licensing, taxation, issues regarding jurisdiction, online gaming in Nigeria’s growing gaming industry.

He has published and presented papers on gaming and on a range of other subjects which include Intellectual Property and entertainment issues at various local and international fora and he continues to consult for private and government institutions on related matters.

A winner of - Legal Monthly’s “Entertainment lawyer of the year - Nigeria' 2013 he was also a one time winner of the 2011 Omidyar/Legatum sponsored “Africa Awards for Entrepreneurship” held in Nairobi, Kenya.

Federal Government of Nigeria’s appointee to Digiteam (a body saddled with the responsibility of driving Nigeria’s migration from analogue to digital broadcasting).

He is also the president of Nigeria Gaming Association.

 

 

Upcoming talks

Engaging Afrilennials: How the Online Generation is Changing the Face of Africa