Lesinko, Njoroge & Gathogo Advocates (LNG) is a full-service medium-sized law firm providing legal advisory and representation across a broad spectrum of practice areas. Operating from Nairobi, Kenya’s administrative and commercial center, the firm was unveiled in August 2012 having operated as Lesinko & Njoroge from 2008.
At the heart of our strategy is the continued development of multi-disciplinary and specialised set of skills amongst our team of lawyers in order to offer services tailored to our clients’ operational and business objectives. We take a keen interest in building a sound and solid understanding of varied aspects and dynamics that have an impact on our client’s operations. Such issues including regulatory and legislation requirements, financing and capital challenges, contracts and commercial engagements, labour and employment relations, corporate governance trends, market competition, protection of intellectual property and trade secrets, acquisitions and disposal of immovable properties, information and communication, emergence and resolution of trade and commercial disputes and ther dimensions with a bearing on our clients define and shape our work.
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Our goal is to assist clients, to the furthest extent possible, to avoid litigation by adopting negotiations, mediation and other informal techniques available for resolution of trade and commercial dispute
We play our part in fostering creativity by offering advice on a variety of aspects relating to protection and enforcement of Our lawyers have experience in lending intellectual property rights.
Our lawyers consolidate their knowledge and understanding of the property industry. We advise clients on a wide array of real estate investments and transactions.
In this area:- We represent clients in negotiation, preparation, drafting and review of general and assorted commercial agreements relating to provision of goods and services, licensing, distribution, joint ventures, agency, etc.
Our lawyers have experience in lending transactions and have represented banks, financial institutions and other lenders (Saccos & micro-finance institutions) and borrowers.
Develpoment and exploitation of human resource capabilities is an important component of a successful organisation. Enterprises rely on their personnel to deliver on their operational and commercial objectives