Charles Mayiga

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Charles holds a Bachelor of Laws (LL.B) from The University of Nairobi and a Post-Graduate Diploma from Kenya School of Law.

He joined the firm as a pupil in 2021 following a rigorous and competitive recruitment process. He exhibited exceptional and exemplary results which earned him retention as an Associate in the Firm’s Dispute Resolution Department given his ability to offer tailor-made solutions to Clients’ unique and diverse needs.
Charles has acted for and advised numerous clients in various areas including:-

  • Commercial Litigation,
  • Environmental and Land Law,
  • Constitutional and Administrative Law,
  • Intellectual Property Law, Procurement Law,
  • Real Estate and Finance Law,
  • Governance Law,
  • Procurement Law,
  • Insurance Law,
  • Corporate Law and Employment Law.

He has acted for clients not only local but in the East African region and across the Atlantic.

Some of Charles’ notable assignments include:-

  • Successfully representing a major leading financial institution in challenging orders that stopped it from recovering amounts due to it and further facilitating the repayment of over Kshs. 500,000,000 owed to it;
  • He also successfully represented a County Government in ensuring the actualisation of a procurement contract to the tune of Kshs. 450,000,000;
  • He formed part of the team that secured credit facilities to the tune USD 13,000,000;
  • He was part of the team that successfully challenged orders restraining the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission from closing Enhanced Continuous Voter Registration;
  • He was also part of the team that advised the National Assembly on the Sustainable Waste Management Bill, 2021 that was enacted into the Sustainable Waste Management Act, 2022;
  • He formed part of the team that guided and represented a leading financial institution before a County Government ad-hoc Committee;
  • He conducted a legal audit and aligned an employer’s corporate structure ensuring compliance with Constitutional and statutory provisions thus limiting its exposure.