KATHURE MURURU MUNGAI- Partner
Kathure is an Advocate of the High Court of Kenya and holds a Masters Degree in Business Administration and a Bachelor of Law Degree, both from the University of Nairobi. In addition, she is a Member of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators.
She has over ten years legal practice with a solid understanding of commercial and conveyancing law having practiced within the private sector in different law firms. With an academic background in both Business Administration and Law, she contributes great value to the team.
She has consistently undertaken Banking Securities work including preparation and registration of Charges, Mortgages, Guarantees, leases and general commercial agreements. She is also well versed in preparation of conveyancing documents for various residential and commercial developments with commendable exposure to the various land law regimes in the country and in particular the administrative, procedural and legal aspects involving transfer and ownership of land in various parts of the country. She equally has a good understanding and competence in intellectual Property Law, Succession matters-including advising on and preparation of Wills and Trusts as well as the court process in Probate and Administration matters.
Kathure also advises on Corporate Governance matters and has gained considerable experience in the preparation of various corporate commercial contracts including joint ventures, hire purchase agreements, shareholders’ agreement as well as incorporation of private and public companies and various other entities such as partnerships, trusts, saving and co-operative societies and foundations and advising on the regulatory framework thereof.
In addition to her knowledge in the corporate and commercial law sphere, Kathure possesses debt recovery skills having served in one of the leading financial institutions in the country. She has equally ventured into employment law matters while in private practice, reviewing and giving opinions on employment contracts as well as compliance with the existing labor laws of the country.