We handle diverse commercial litigation and alternative dispute resolution matters, specializing in debt recovery, security enforcement, regulatory compliance, employment and employee benefits, public procurement, intellectual property, election petitions, constitutional petitions, judicial review, competition law, construction disputes, general civil and criminal litigation before tribunals such as the Political Parties Tribunal, Environment Appeal Tribunal, Cooperative Tribunal, Public Procurement Administration Review Board and other tribunals as well as the Magistrate’s Courts, the High Court and related Courts, Court of Appeal and the Supreme Court.
We are adept at concluding arbitration’s on a global scale; swiftly mobilizing teams to manage major disputes and regularly working across our extensive network. Our experience in arbitration stretches across all the sectors of the economy. In line with the growing need for mediation of commercial disputes, we have developed a niche in this area of practice and have successfully mediated several disputes in the construction, manufacturing and ICT industries.
In summary we handle:
a) Litigation Management
Keeping a record of all litigation, regular updates, follow up and representation in courts and tribunals.
b) Employment Matters
Provide representation and advice in relation to claims arising from employment matters.
c) Civil Litigation
Provide representation and advice in relation to civil matters.
d) Commercial Litigation
Provide representation and advice arising from contract disputes including Insurance Claims.
e) Criminal Matters
Provide representation and advice in relation to criminal cases.
f) Debt Recovery Services
We draft and serve Demand Letters upon defaulters. Pursuing Debtors may include preparation of “Acknowledgment of Debt and Settlement Agreements”
We charge a collection fee of 10% to 30% of the fee collected depending on the complexity and/or length of time taken to recover monies. The above amount is exclusive of Court Filing Fees should there be a need to refer the matter to a court process