Risk Avoidance & Preventive Lawyering is What We're Here for
Real experience combined with professional, authoritative representation is what you can expect from Anne Babu and Company Advocates.
We are well versed with the Kenya employment and commercial laws and we apply our knowledge to help you avoid legal risks and thereby lower your legal costs.
As part of preventive lawyering, we conduct bespoke trainings; draft and review agreements and contracts taking into account our client's best interests; provide advisory services; conduct legal audits; and provide updates on legislative developments.
Our Experience is Your Benefit
We have significant experience in providing legal advice, support and representation to organizations located locally and abroad. We are involved in dispute resolution – at the Court of Appeal, the Employment & Labour Relations Court, commercial courts, conciliation, mediation and arbitration and this gives us a clear picture of the risk exposure areas and how to best mitigate them.
Disputes are won or lost in the preparation process. We give our clients a high chance of success through skilled drafting of legal documents; well thought out court representation; and thorough preparation.
- Employment law is the legislative framework that deals with the relations between an employer and an employee. The Constitution, 2010; the Employment Act, 2007 and Case-Law are some of the key sources of the labour law.
- Commercial Law is the area of law that caters for the commercial dealings between people/entities. It covers, among other things, contracts and agreements; debt recovery; and claims arising out of contracts.
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Breaking the Code of Confidentiality: Lessons from the David Namu Kariuki v. Leo Investments & Others (2022) eKLR Case
Confidentiality is a crucial aspect of any employment relationship, and employees who expose confidential information belonging to their employer can face severe consequences. Employers have a legitimate need and expectation of confidentiality in order to protect their brand, and intellectual property and to stay ahead of their competition. The case of David Namu Kariuki vs. Leo Investments & others (2022)…
Navigating Casual vs Permanent Employment: Lessons from the Kenyatta University v Esther Njeri Maina case
As the world of Employment and Labour Relations continues to evolve, it is important for employers to understand the legal distinctions between casual and permanent employment. The recent Court of Appeal decision in the case of Kenyatta University v Esther Njeri Maina (2022) eKLR serves as a reminder of the implications of not complying with these distinctions. The Respondent, Esther…
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