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1ST FLOOR, DELTA OFFICE SUITES, BLOCK A, OFF WAIYAKI WAY, MUTHANGARI, PO BOX 30333-00100, NAIROBI, KENYA
Tel:
Work +254 20 325 8000
Fax:
Fax +254 20 325 8222
Email:
Web:
www.dentonshhm.com

Kenneth Fraser

Tel:
Work +254203258233
Email:
Dentons Hamilton Harrison & Mathews

Work Department

Dispute Resolution.

Position

Kenneth Fraser SC is the Head of the Litigation Department. He specialises in
commercial litigation, in particular banking and insurance in the High Court, Court of
Appeal and Supreme Court.
He was appointed Senior Counsel on the 11th December, 2012.

Career

Barrister (Inner Temple) Advocate of the High Court of Kenya.

Languages

English.

Member

Law Society of Kenya Institute of Certified Public Secretaries of Kenya.


Kenya

Dispute resolution

Within: Leading individuals

Kenneth Fraser - Dentons Hamilton Harrison & Mathews

Within: Dispute resolution

Dentons Hamilton Harrison & Mathews continues to operate at the top of the market in constitutional and judicial review cases; it has appeared in a series of banking sector judicial review disputes. Procurement, employment and tax disputes are also a recent forte for the team, which includes the seasoned Kenneth Fraser, who delivers 'innovative arguments' and 'pays attention to detail', while the 'very thorough' Kiragu Kimani and employment litigation leader Michi Kirimi are also key names. The team defended Kenya Power & Lighting Company against a petition alleging the imposition of illegal and backdated electricity bills on electricity consumers.

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Employment

Within: Employment

Dentons Hamilton Harrison & Mathews' team has 'a very high level of expertise in the laws of Kenya'. It leads the market in employment disputes and is further building its presence in advisory work. It has a high profile in unlawful termination claims and constitutional petitions, often representing clients in cases brought by trade unions. It represented Kenya Kazi Security Services in proceedings brought by a trade union to compel it to negotiate and conclude a collective bargaining agreement. Michi Kirimi has emerged as a leader in this field, along with Lorna Mainnah and senior disputes practitioner Kenneth Fraser.

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