Daniel has many years’ litigation experience in complex Commercial, Civil, Land Family disputes and Public Interest Disputes. He is currently involved in a KES40B claim in which a local bank, the client, has been sued alongside two other banks for placing a contractor under receivership.
He is also involved in an ongoing succession dispute whose estate is worth billions of shillings. On Public Interest Litigation, he is involved in Advisory Opinion No 1 of 2017, a matter pending at the Supreme Court in which Kenya National Commission on Human Rights is (KNCHR) seeking the enforcement of principles of integrity in elective and public appointments.

Areas of Expertise

  • Complex Commercial disputes
  • Family disputes
  • Land and Environmental disputes.

Education

  • Post Graduate Diploma in Law, Kenya School of Law
  • Bachelor of Laws LL.B, University of Nairobi, Kenya
  • Associate Member, Chartered Institute of Arbitrators.

Commercial

  • Acting for KCB Bank in defending a KES40B claim filed by KSC International.
  • Acting for Sanofi Aventis Kenya Limited in a claim by Kenya Revenue Authority claiming KES 300,000 alleged tax arrears.
  • Acting for KTDA to oppose a suit filed by a tenderer challenging private procurement process. The value of the tender is KES3B
  • Family

  • Acting for the beneficiaries of the late Hon. Njenga Karume, a prominent Kenyan billionaire, to seeking to have the trustees of a trust founded by the deceased removed for mismanaging the trust assets and businesses.
  • Public Interest litigation

  • Acting for depositors of Imperial Bank against Central Bank of Kenya for damages for failing in its constitutional and statutory duty leading to the collapse of Imperial Bank.
  • Acting for Kenya National Human Commission (KNCHR) on Rights in advisory opinion No 1 of 2017 seeking to enforce the principles and values of integrity enshrined in Chapter 6 of the Constitution in elective and appointive positions.
  • Acting for Safaricom Limited to oppose the move by Communication Authority of Kenya (CAK) to install gadgets by which the Authority will be able to listen and record subscribers’ private conversations and disable phones under the guise of fighting counterfeit phones.
  • Acting in a Constitutional Petition filed in the High Court on the constitutionality of the appointment a State Corporation chairman by the President.
  • Countries of Work Experience

  • Kenya