We aspire to be the leading voice in legal knowledge, legal innovation and entrepreneurship. We actively work towards this vision by applying our core values of quality service, professionalism, people building, personability and integrity.
Accordingly, you will get personalized, personable attention from us in all our services to you. We have time for you and we want to understand what your legal issue really means for you in terms of your personal life, your business or your bottom line. You are not just figures and shillings to us. You matter!
Further, we understand that the most effective lawyers are problem solvers with legal expertise. At NMK Advocates, we believe that it is important for lawyers to know and understand their clients' businesses. Accordingly, our aim is to understand, you, primarily as our client, your business, its risk tolerance and objectives, and thereafter provide legal expertise to facilitate your making informed individual and business decisions. We will not simply advise on the law, we suggest ways to achieve solutions to challenges that often include legal elements.
Nduta is an Advocate of the High Court of Kenya of
Nduta’s experience as a corporate, commercial and conveyancing lawyer helps her anticipate potentially troublesome legal situations and language that can arise in conveyancing documentation, business entity agreements and commercial contracts for her clients. She has offered legal advisory services to private persons as well as clients in different sectors of the economy, namely multinational corporations in the banking and finance sectors, the food, agriculture and industrial sectors, independent power producers in the energy sector, property developers and private individuals both in the property (land) and real estate sector.
Nduta combines her commercial drafting skills with awesome negotiating skills and a brilliant personality, putting clients at ease even in the presence of hell and brimstone. She’s drafted more contracts than you can count and can document whatever type of legal situation thrown her way.
Daisy Munene is an Advocate of the High Court of Kenya of
She has advised clients and represented them in the sale and purchase of land and residential property including apartment and villa developments, land and property leasing, bank financing, registration and incorporation of companies and other business entities as well as advising on legal and regulatory compliance of those entities, company structuring and restructuring, mergers, acquisitions and capital investments and all manner of commercial contract drafting and advice on contractual risk management amongst various contracting parties.
Daisy helps technology companies protect their intellectual property jewels—patents, trademarks and copyrights-through preventative measures such as registration of the same. Over the years, she has also advised and assisted several clients with the protection of their intellectual property in this manner through copyright and trademark registration as well as creation of and advice on various contracts for the protection, exploitation and commercialization of their Intellectual Property.
Gitau Komu holds a Bachelor of Laws Degree (Honours) from the Catholic University of Eastern Africa and a Diploma in Law from the Kenya School of Law. He is an Advocate of the High Court of Kenya of
Gitau specialises in Dispute Resolution. He has advised and represented clients (individuals, corporate entities and government agencies) primarily in the areas of arbitration, corporate & commercial litigation and constitutional & administrative litigation in various Courts and Tribunals. He has also handled disputes arising in employment, intellectual property, defamation, natural resources, environmental, banking securities and real estate matters.
Gitau is known for his eagerness to understand clients’ commercial and other interests prior to engagement in addition to his strengths in research and drafting. This critical combination translates to the planning and effective implementation of commercially sensible strategies for clients to resolve disputes.
The world’s banking and finance sectors—not to mention related industries—are huge, highly regulated, and constantly evolving. Because of the size and dynamic nature of these industries, the laws that govern them are often highly complex. We advise clients in relation to the preparation of various security documents catering to the banking sector, including legal charges, corporate bonds and debentures, chattel mortgages, letters of hypothecation, deeds of guarantee and indemnity, simple loan agreements, syndicated loan agreements, perusing security documents for companies borrowing money and preparation of necessary board resolutions, and related stamping and registration formalities.
Our team is efficient, thorough and provides hands on legal solutions under this head. We have expertise in acquisition, construction/development, financing, land use, environmental law and planning, transfers as well as offer advice on property county rates and land rent. Additionally, the team has acted for clients across the full spectrum of real estate matters, including joint ventures, residential conveyancing, and commercial leases, licences, development projects, sectional property transactions, sub-divisions, change of use, conveyances, re-conveyances, discharge of encumbrances over land, caveats, cautions, easements, extension of expired Government leases, licenses, Powers of Attorney, prohibitions, Rectification of Titles, trusts relating to land, applying for and obtaining various consents required under the law, attending to stamping and registration formalities in respect of the above-mentioned transactions (where applicable), and advising clients generally on all aspects of land law.
The team has experience in a wide range of transactional and litigation matters in corporate and commercial law. This practice recognizes the growth of conduct of business by way of incorporated entities, which entities must meet the basic thresholds of legal status to validly enter into legal relations. Accordingly, we offer advisory services in legal matters involving company formation, structuring and re-constitution, banking and finance, business agreements and commercial contracts, competition, consumer protection, joint ventures, mergers and acquisitions, project finance, private placements, procurement, private equity, insurance, employment, legal tax advisory, listings, public offerings, regulatory compliance and risk management.
We advise and represent clients in dispute resolution primarily in the areas of corporate & commercial litigation, arbitration, administrative law, constitutional law, defamation, employment, family, intellectual property, energy, environmental & natural resources, banking securities & real estate, construction and insurance disputes in various Courts and Tribunals.
Our team has knowledge and experience in both the public and private sectors in all commercial and regulatory aspects of telecommunications, broadcasting, technology, entertainment and media law. This is further bolstered by our ability to cross reference with other business areas within the firm enabling us to offer legal assistance in these areas for the best possible all-round solution to our clients’ needs.
We offer advice on all aspects of intellectual property law ranging from valuation, protection, registration and maintenance of intellectual property, to enforcement, licensing and exploitation of intellectual property rights. These include statutory intellectual property, specifically, trademarks, copyright, patents, designs and plant breeders’ rights, as well as some non-statutory forms of intellectual property, including know-how, confidential information and trade secrets.
Our natural resources, energy and environmental practice includes transactional and litigation work including the negotiation and preparation of agreements and related documents associated with the financing, due diligence, acquisition, permitting, exploration, development, production, gathering, transportation and marketing of natural resources and various sub-sectors in the energy field.
Additionally, we also offer legal advisory services relating to infrastructure projects in the sectors of power generation, petroleum, gas and other natural resource projects as well as provide guidance on licensing and compliance with the legal, environmental and social regulations. We further offer legal services related to financing of infrastructure projects through debt financing, asset-based finance, equity investments and public-private partnerships.
Our passion and desire to make a difference and practise the law differently has inspired us to monitor developments and legal trends across the world and share our thoughts and research on our blog. We seek to demystify legal principles by writing simply and practically in a manner that shows how the law can be applied directly to everyday situations to help protect and advance your interests.
It’s not all starchy though! We’ll throw in snippets of life at NMK, and our dragon slaying stories, which we hope you’ll find, at the very least, slightly intriguing.
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Upper Hill, Nairobi
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