Our Clients

Service Sector Clientele

Over time, the advocates practicing in our firm have had the opportunity to offer consultancy services and represent a number of reputable institutions, most of whom still retain us in their panel.


For confidentiality reasons, names, particulars of our clients have been omitted from this document but may be supplied on request subject to terms and conditions.

Key Transactions


Successfully prepared and perfected securitization in respect of syndicated loan amounting to over USD 2.0 million for a corporation
in the energy sector.


Extensive experience in real estate transactions and major
developments for high net worth clients and corporations.


Extension of time in an election petition.The Supreme Court pronounced itself for the first time on the question of extension of time for filing election petition out of time as thus:“Being the first case in which this court is called upon to consider the principles of extension of time,we delve the following as the underlying principles that a court should consider in exercise of suchdiscretion…


Provided legal and investment advice to multinational companies many of which have now invested in Kenya.


Represented clients in an examination Irregularity Dispute. The matter went all the way up to the Court ofAppeal. The High Court had reversed nullification of results at the High Court but on Appeal, the Court ofAppeal upheld the Nullification.


Represented a client in a matter which started all the way from the Public Procurement Administrative Review Board to the Court of Appeal. The High Court disagreed with us but on Appeal, the Court of Appeal agreed with the position our client had taken.


Represented a client in a matter which related to a right to easement. It went all the way to the Court of Appeal. On Appeal,the Court of Appeal agreed with us and held that our client had a right to enter into the property of the Appellant on the basis of an easement which the Appellant had been granted earlier on.


Represented a client in the NGO sector in an Application where an adversary had sought orders against a person who was not a party to the suit. The Court of Appeal agreed with us that a party must be made a party first before seeking adverse Orders against it.