The High Court of Kenya handed down judgement on the first competition case in the country this August, in the matter between Mea Limited and the Competition Authority of Kenya (CAK).
The Kenyan High Court has affirmed that local human rights lawyer Willie Kimani, his client and his taxi driver were tortured and murdered at the hands of police in Nairobi.
Attorney General Githu Muigai has announced that Kenya will review the laws and regulations surrounding Islamic finance in the country to facilitate the issuance of the country's first ever Islamic-law compliant bond, known as a sukuk.
Anjarwlla & Khanna (A&K), the 80-lawyer practice which is the largest corporate law firm in East Africa, is installing software from Deltek Maconomy to streamline its administration, matter management and other functions.
Leigh Day is facing allegations of 'fraudulently' inflating a compensation bill in the run-up to last year's agreement by the British Foreign Office to pay £19.9 m in a settlement compensation over the Mau Mau uprising.
A war of words has broken out between a Kenyan law firm and its client, a Chinese construction company, over the loss of a multi-billion contract to build a pipeline in Kenya.
US law firm Orrick Herrington & Sutcliffe is to open its doors in Africa in 2014, as part of a strategy to serve Chinese organisations which are investing in the continent.
The telecoms sector in Kenya is set to be a major contributor to economic growth in the next five years, say Livia Dyer of Bowman Gilfillan and John Syekei at Coulson Harney