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We recently assisted with complex negotiation support services to a multinational construction company contracted to build over 300km of roads in Eastern DRC, drainage systems and road design. We also prepared comprehensive contract and agreements package covering different aspects of this transaction. The team led by the managing partner is also contracted to advise on […]

Our entertainment practice team recently assisted in the successful production of a movie shot in Uganda. We handled contract negotiations for actors, advice on site locations, regulatory approvals, immigration work for foreign crew, tax liability exposure advice, tax planning, prepared numerous contracts and agreements, advice on intellectual property, companies law in Uganda.

Client Updates Uganda Registration Services Bureau (URSB) URSB is responsible for registration of companies and business names, partnerships, legal documents, debentures and chattel securities, Intellectual Property Rights, celebration of civil Marriages, handles all insolvency matters and collection of NTR. URSB in line with its objective of providing efficient and effective services has come up with […]

With the support of the World Bank and the Private Sector Foundation Uganda, under the competitiveness project, Government embarked on various land reform projects, one of which included the launching of the Land Information System in February 2013. The modernization and computerization of the land registry entailed sorting, reconstruction, indexing and data capture. So far […]

The adoption process can at times be daunting and you will need an experienced attorney to help you through this process. Our team has experienced lawyers dedicated to handling sensitive personal issues and guiding families through the adoption process. Below is a glimpse of what you will need to adopt a child in Uganda.

Impact of NGO Act 2016 (“the Act”) on your operations   Dear Esteemed Client, It is estimated that there were about 13,000 NGOs in Uganda as at July 2015. Ugandan law had gaps in dealing with the registration status of NGOs. By way of a statutory instrument, the NGO Act 2016 came into force on […]

Africa is widely looked at as the last frontier for investment for a variety of reasons, such as the presence of hugely untapped raw materials and a growing middleclass. However, you would have missed a huge opportunity if you decided to invest anywhere else before you have invested in Uganda.

Following an invitation by the Uganda Institute of Professional Engineers (UIPE), part of the team from our firm presented on negligence in the Construction Industry. Numerous areas on construction law were tackled. The UIPE aims to initiate research programs and to cooperate with government, private research institutions and individuals to promote engineering research and technology. […]

The Rotary Club invited the partners of our firm to present on the growing role of China as an infrastructure financier of Africa. During the interaction, the Head of the infrastructure Practice discussed the challenges and opportunities of Chinese investment in Africa.