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Paul Momanyi Nyaosi

Managing Partner

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Paul Momanyi Nyaosi

Paul is McKay’s Managing Partner and is part of the Litigation & Alternative Dispute Resolution team. He is a seasoned litigator with wide experience in banking law, property law, employment, public procurement, constitutional and human rights and succession and estate planning.


He holds a bachelor’s degree in law from Moi University and a post-graduate diploma in law from the Kenya School of Law. He is currently pursuing a master’s degree in International Corporate Governance.


Paul is highly regarded by his clients, who laud his vast experience, versatility and industry insight. He has represented numerous clients across an array of sectors and is known for his track record in providing the best-case strategy with the client’s goals and objectives in mind


Some of the notable transactions that he has been involved in are:


  • Environment & land: currently representing a State Corporation in a suit seeking compensation for the sum of USD 6M in relation to acquisition of land for the expansion of Kipevu Road in Mombasa;


  • Commercial: currently representing a County Government in a suit filed by an investor seeking compensation for the sum of USD 7.5M as special damages for the loss of assets and business;


  • Insolvency: currently representing a majority partner in a claim for breach of a joint venture agreement wherein the minority partner instituted insolvency proceedings seeking dissolution of the joint venture;


  • Real estate & construction: currently representing a leading Kenyan project management company in arbitration proceedings in relation to a dispute arising out of management of a construction contract for the sum of USD 7M;


  • Procurement: currently representing an electricity transmission and distribution company in relation to a dispute emanating from outstanding supplier invoices for the sum of KES 143,000,000;


  • Environment & land: represented a County Government before the National Environmental Tribunal in a suit by an investor challenging the County Government’s involvement in the process of revocation of an Environmental (EIA) license by NEMA. The suit was with respect to the Kimana wildlife corridor;


  • Employment & labour relations: represented a County Government in a dispute in which the Claimant had sought compensation for the sum of KES 25,000,000 for wrongful and unfair termination;


  • Commercial: successfully negotiated a favourable settlement on behalf of a leading Kenyan microfinance institution in a claim challenging the exercise of the statutory power of sale.


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