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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
Dentons Hamilton Harrison & Mathews, Kiragu Kimani, Nairobi, KENYA

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Kiragu Kimani

Tel:
Work +254203258236
Email:
Dentons Hamilton Harrison & Mathews

Work Department

Dispute Resolution, Tax, Banking.

Position

Kiragu has over 28 years’ experience in constitutional matters, tax litigation, procurement disputes, commercial litigation, real estate litigation and arbitration. He has handled complex energy and tax disputes and represents multinational firms, local firms and departments of the Government of Kenya. He has recently been involved in a highly contentious matter regarding the election of the President of Kenya which is probably the country's single most important case since independence having regard to the impact on the socio-political and economic landscape.

Career

Kiragu joined Hamilton Harrison & Mathews in 1988.  He has extensive experience in commercial litigation and arbitration and in various aspects of banking law, state corporations, insurance law and commercial law.

Languages

English, Swahili.

Member

Law Society of Kenya.

Education

1998: University of Nairobi, Bachelor of Laws.


Kenya

Dispute resolution

Within: Leading individuals

Kiragu Kimani - 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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