James Wairoto is the Managing Partner at MWC Legal – MW & Company Advocates LLP, a full-service law firm in Nairobi, Kenya. James is an Advocate of the High Court of Kenya, a Certified Professional Mediator (CPM), and a qualified for admission as a Certified Public Secretary (CPS). In 2017 and 2018, James was rated as a Next Generation Lawyer, in dispute resolution by Legal 500.
James’ practice currently focuses on litigation in oil and gas, constitutional, commercial law, power, construction, tort, land and environment, energy and natural resource disputes at the Energy Tribunal, Environmental & Land Court, the Employment and Labour Relations Court, the High Court, the Court of Appeal and Supreme Court, commercial arbitration and mediation, complex white-collar crime, and fraud investigations, anti-trust/cartel/competition investigations internal investigations, compliance advice, and employment/redundancy law advice. James is a columnist in Presbyterian Church of East Africa’s (PCEA) quarterly magazine, The Way.
James has experience in the following areas:
Administrative and public law, Administrative law (general), Anti-bribery and corruption, Competition / anti-trust, Competition / anti-trust, Compliance and risk management, Disputes / litigation, Disputes / litigation (general), Employment (personal), Employment / labour (general), Employment / labour law and pensions, Fraud and corporate crime, Personal / private client, Trusts and estates
James has previously helped clients in the following industries:
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