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Combination will uniquely position the world's largest law firm to meet client needs in East Africa and around the globe
Dentons announces it is combining with Kenya firm Hamilton, Harrison & Mathews (HH&M), a firm with a tradition of excellence dating back to 1902 and one of the largest firms in Kenya.
HH&M will become part of Dentons Africa region, on the heels of our combination last year with a top firm in neighboring Uganda, Kampala Associated Advocates (KAA), with which it has a strong relationship. The combination will enable Dentons to offer clients access to high-quality legal services in Kenya, East Africa and around the world.
The combination will give Dentons' clients access to the experience and talents of lawyers working in 73 countries. These combinations will uniquely position Dentons to provide high-quality legal services to clients around the world.
Dentons has also announced today it is combining with two firms in the Caribbean, two firms in Mauritius, and firms in Indonesia and Malaysia .
"Clients in East Africa, and clients wanting to do business there, will benefit from high-quality legal service on a truly global scale that only Dentons can offer," said Joe Andrew, Global Chairman of Dentons. "Our clients have access to the deep local knowledge that is provided by lawyers who are both in and of the communities they serve.”
HH&M has been associated with Dentons for more than 10 years and is the third-largest in Kenya by partner headcount. The HH&M team has experience across each of Dentons' key practice areas matched to Africa’s growth areas and opportunities.
It offers expertise in Banking and Finance, Corporate, Disputes, Real Estate and TMT, and has consistently been rated as one of the top-tier firms in Kenya by clients and international legal directories. Chambers Global ranks it Band One in the Dispute Resolution, and Employment Sectors, and Band Two in the Corporate/Commercial and Banking & Finance and Employment sectors. East Africa is home to 280 million citizens and has a combined GDP of US$225 billion.
"Our expansion in Kenya with one of the largest firms there will help us build on our East Africa presence in Uganda, as well as our pan-Africa presence," said Noor Kapdi, CEO of Dentons' Africa region and Managing Partner of Dentons South Africa.
Dentons traces its presence in Africa to the establishment of a Cairo, Egypt, office in 1964. It also has offices in Casablanca, Morocco, and Johannesburg and Cape Town, South Africa, as well as Uganda. These combinations will further allow Dentons to pursue its Africa strategy to become a pan-African law firm.
"This combination with a truly high-quality Kenya firm gives us an even stronger presence in East Africa and will further allow Dentons to pursue its strategy to become a pan-African law firm that reaches more of Africa than its competitors," said Elliott Portnoy, Global CEO of Dentons.
The combination, following approval by partners and subject to meeting regulatory requirements, is expected to launch later in 2018.
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