Osmond Nwanya joined George Etomi & Partners, Port Harcourt, in 2011. Prior to 2011, he worked with G.S. Pwul (SAN) who is the Principal Partner of G.S. Pwul & Partners, Jos, from 2007 to 2009. In the course of his practice in that firm, he was involved in high profile litigation matters both at Court of first instance and at Appellate Courts.
In 2009, he joined the firm of B.E.I Nwofor & Co. Port Harcourt, whose principal counsel is B.E.I Nwofor (SAN). In the course of his practice with that firm he was dedicated to research and advocacy.
Currently in George Etomi & Partners which he joined in 2011, he is involved in litigation, commercial practice and law research. He has published well researched articles in University Journals in the Law of banking and other areas. He has the following articles to his credit:
– Corporate Governance: A Veritable Mechanism for Combating Corporate Corruption, published in a Law Journal of Faculty of Law, Rivers State University of Science and Technology, Port Harcourt, Nigeria.
– Determining the Existence of Common Interest and Common Grievance in Representative Actions: A Critique of the Existing Judicial Approach. Published in a Law Journal of Faculty of Law, Rivers State University of Science and Technology, Port Harcourt, Nigeria.
– Payment of Cheque By a Banker to a Customer: A Critique of the Locality Principle (unpublished)
– Thoughts on Unauthorized Payment of Cheque and Available Legal Remedies (unpublished)
– Admiralty Jurisdiction of Federal High Court of Nigeria: A Historical Survey. (unpublished)
– Further Reflections on the Equitable Doctrine of Laches and Acquiescence. A Review of the Supreme Court Decision in ATUNRASE V. SUNMOLA. (unpublished)
Presently he is at the concluding stage of his book on “The Law Relating to Cheques and Other Bank Payment Methods”.