Ian K. Njogu

Ian K. Njogu

Associate | ALN Kenya | Anjarwalla & Khanna

Physical Address:

ALN House, Eldama Ravine Close, Off Eldama Ravine Road, Westlands, Nairobi

Postal Address:

P O Box 200-00606, Sarit Centre, Nairobi, Kenya


+254 (0) 703 032 000

Email Address:

  1. Background

    Ian K. Njogu is an Associate at ALN Kenya | Anjarwalla & Khanna and a member of the Dispute Resolution department. Victor advises and represents clients on a wide array of civil and commercial matters.

  2. Professional Membership
    • Law Society of Kenya
    • Member of the High Court of Kenya, Member Service Committee, Bar – Bench Committee
  3. Professional Qualifications

    2018: Postgraduate Diploma in Law, Kenya School of Law

    2017: Bachelor of Laws. LL. B, Second Class Honors (Upper Division), University of Nairobi

  4. Career Summary

    2020 – Date: Associate, Anjarwalla & Khanna, Advocates, Nairobi

    2019 – 2020: legal Trainee, Anjarwalla & Khanna, Advocates, Nairobi

    2018 – 2020: Pupil, Dentons Hamilton and Mathews

    2017 – 2018: Legal Intern, Dentons Hamilton and Mathews

  5. Top Matters
    • Acting for a global security company in connection with a post-acquisition dispute before the London Court of International Arbitration (LCIA) in relation to completion accounts and breach of warranties, and in expert determination proceedings for an earn-out dispute.
    • Successfully acting in the first and high value oil and gas dispute filed in Kenyan courts for Africa Oil Corporation and group of companies in connection with a contentious high profile Judicial Review proceedings challenging the grant of Petroleum Sharing Contracts by the Government of Kenya to Africa Oil over several oil Blocks in Northern Kenya at the High Court and Court of Appeal.
    • Acting for foreign real estate investors, in connection with a suit before the Commercial and Tax Division of the High Court against Spire Bank (the Bank) and individual fraudsters, including filing an application seeking police assistance in taking control of the Company’s property, defending our client in a joiner application by a third party who took over ownership of the company while the High Court matter was pending and seeking to dismiss the suit filed before the Chief Magistrates Court.
    • Acting for Altron Bytes Kenya in connection with an employment matter filed by one of its former employees before the Employment and Labour Relation Courts.
    • Acting for African Trade Insurance Agency, an international organization, in connection with an employment dispute
    • Advising and acting for a multinational company before the Employment and Labour Relations Court in connection with various employment claims that were filed by its former employees who were terminated from employment following a high-level investigation that revealed that the employees were involved in a massive fraudulent scheme that occasioned heavy financial loss to the company.
    • Assisting in acting for a company in connection with a landmark case in Kenya, the outcome of which impacted the entire betting industry and clarified the law on what constitutes winnings under the Income Tax Act, Chapter 407, of the Laws of Kenya.
    • Acting for for Aga Khan Development Network and its Kenyan agency, the Aga Khan Foundation in connection with an employment dispute involving a former senior manager which raises interesting questions with a constitutional angle, regarding immunity of international organisations with agreements with the Kenyan Government
    • Acted for a multinational corporation and negotiating an out of court settlement in connection with an employment dispute instituted by one of its former employees
    • Acted for Kenya Airways in connection with filing a suit against Kenya Airline Pilots Association on account of alleged wrongful industrial action that threatened to halt the recruitment of pilots on contract basis
    • Assisting in advising various clients in respect of domestic and international arbitration law issues.
    • Acting for Africa Cotton Industries in connection with a complex land dispute matter involving a substantial piece of property valued at approximately KES 1 billion involving issues ranging from the status of a company as being distinct from its shareholders vis-à-vis land ownership as well as the requirement to obtain LCB Consent and the validity of sale agreements in absence thereof.
    • Acted for Gulsan Insaat Sanayi Turizm Nakliyat T.A.S. (Turkey) before the Tax Appeals Tribunal  in connection with a VAT dispute with the Kenya Revenue Authority.

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