Brandon Omondi


Practice Areas:
Civil, Commercial and Criminal Litigation


  • Law Society of Kenya
  • East Africa Law Society


Brandon practices in the Dispute Resolution Department of the Firm dealing with commercial, corporate and civil disputes. He has handled, with competence and professionalism, various briefs in respect of corporate-commercial disputes, the law of succession, intellectual property law; environment and land disputes, as well as employment and labour relations matters.

Furthermore, Brandon has profound enthusiasm for Intellectual Property Law and excellent legal research skills. His enthusiasm for intellectual property law has culminated into insightful and informative publications that incisively discuss and analyze intellectual property issues in Kenya.


Preparing and filing pleadings and attending proceedings before the High Court of Kenya, the Court of Appeal as well as Statutory Tribunals, in respect of diverse areas of law including: corporate and commercial law; the law of succession; criminal law; land law, intellectual property law; employment and labour relations and constitutional law, among others.

Maintaining and managing litigation files, the same encompassing: Identifying the progress of cases, compliance with court procedures/processes and updating the same; Ensuring that all litigation files are not subjected to dismissal for want of prosecution; and Meeting clients and preparing them for trial.

Advising Kenya Ecumenical Church Loan Fund (ECLOF) a large community-focused Micro-Finance Institution (MFI) on an ongoing basis, in syndicated borrowing transactions to raise capital for onward lending to its customers. The Firm advised, negotiated, prepared and reviewed extensive loan documentation involving multiple lenders (both local and foreign) in transactions valued at millions of US dollars;

Acted for project sponsors in negotiating and reviewing terms of project finance loan documentation for provision of senior and mezzanine debts to finance the costs of construction and operations of a 170-room hotel facility in Nairobi in a transaction involving two of Kenya’s largest Banks, in a deal valued at more than US$20 million;

Acting for Equity Bank, the largest Bank in East Africa Region by customer numbers and for Jamii Bora Bank, in retail and corporate lending segments where the Firm handles on an ongoing basis, transactional work related to due diligence, preparation, stamping, registration and perfection of bank securities involving both moveable and immovable properties.

Advising clients on various classes under which to register their marks in order to achieve maximum protection of their rights, preparing and lodging for registration relevant documents for registration of the marks culminating in issuance of certificate of registration from the Kenya Industrial Property Institute.