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Global Guide

General Business Law: Dispute Resolution — Tanzania

Band 1

IMMMA Advocates

From the Chambers Global guide

Fatma Karume is regarded as "one of the best litigation lawyers in the country." Her expertise focuses on tax, intellectual property and media law, where she acts as both on arbitration and litigation.

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Band 1

Law Associates

From the Chambers Global guide

Market commentators are full of ringing endorsements for Ringo Tenga of Law Associates, and he is considered a reliable and excellent litigator. Peers add: "He's highly regarded in the market and a strategic thinker." In addition to disputes, he also acts on transactional mandates.

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Band 2

Wilbert B Kapinga

Bowmans

From the Chambers Global guide

Dar es Salaam managing partner Wilbert Kapinga left Mkono & Co Advocates to form the Bowmans Tanzania office. He is active on corporate, finance and competition law, as well as demonstrating substantial experience in regulatory matters and litigation. Sources rate his transactional practice highly, saying: "He is definitely a Band 1 lawyer - he's excellent." They go on to describe him as also "seriously heavyweight in litigation."

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Band 2

Kesaria & Company Advocates

From the Chambers Global guide

Dilip Kesaria of Kesaria & Company Advocates is described by peers as "very competent" in litigation. He has considerable experience in dispute resolution and international commercial arbitrations. His practice focuses on banking, maritime law and property issues.

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Band 2

Melchisedeck S Lutema

MSL Attorneys

From the Chambers Global guide

Melchisedeck Lutema of MSL Attorneys continues to be involved in commercial arbitration and litigation and has experience representing both public and private companies.

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Band 2

ENSafrica

From the Chambers Global guide

Alex Nguluma is described as "a very good, responsive and reliable lawyer" by clients. He is noted for his expertise in tax, arbitration and corporate issues. He was the lead partner on Vodacom Tanzania's USD200 million IPO and has additional experience in legislative and regulatory review proceedings.

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Band 2

Charles Rwechungura

CRB Africa Legal

From the Chambers Global guide

Charles Rwechungura, founder and co-managing partner, is "well known in the market" and "a good lawyer" according to his peers. He is recognised for his corporate work, with expertise in M&A, capital markets, mining, and banking and finance. He is also well respected for his prowess in litigation and arbitration.

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Band 3

Gaudiosus Ishengoma

FB Attorneys

From the Chambers Global guide

Gaudiosus Ishengoma is well regarded by peers, while clients describe him as "a sharp lawyer with great skill sets." He primarily focuses on litigation and leads this team. He is noted for his expertise in the mining, energy and land sectors.

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Band 3

Audax Kijana Kameja

Bowmans

From the Chambers Global guide

Audax Kijana Kameja, a partner in the Dar es Salaam office, was one of a number to move from Mkono & Co Advocates in January 2017. He is well known as a litigation lawyer specialising in intellectual property law and arbitration. He has significant dispute resolution experience and has advised clients in major international arbitrations.

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Band 3

Brooke Montgomery

Asyla Attorneys

From the Chambers Global guide

Brooke Montgomery is known for dealing with donor-funded partners, who describe her as "very passionate" about such issues. Her practice is broad and includes general corporate legal work, as well as family law. She has particular expertise in employment and labour relations disputes.

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Band 3

Asyla Attorneys

From the Chambers Global guide

Senen Mponda is a well-respected litigator, praised by peers for his activity in the market. He has been involved with a number of Tanzanian government parastatals in the telecommunications, energy and financial sectors.

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Band 3

East African Law Chambers

From the Chambers Global guide

Juvenalis Ngowi, a founding partner at the firm, is recognised by peers for his experience in litigation. He heads the commercial dispute resolution and employment law practices. He is also active in the banking and finance, commercial and corporate practice areas.

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Up and Coming

BrickHouse Law Associates

From the Chambers Global guide

Joseph Ndazi, a partner at BrickHouse Law Associates, is recognised by peers as an "up-and-coming" litigator. He has significant experience in cross-border M&A transactions and disputes.

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