Call us: +254(0)716 640 558  / +254(0)795 431 138

Lumatete Walubengo Muchai

Lawyer & Advocate of the High Court of Kenya
Get a Consultation

Lumatete Walubengo Muchai is an accomplished attorney with more than 30 years experience in General Practice with focus on Corporate and Commercial law, Civil and Criminal litigation, Environmental law and Arbitration and Alternative Dispute Resolution law and practice.Since 1985 have prepared and prosecuted to conclusion, either by trial or settlement, hundreds of cases arising out of personal injury, law of contract, conveyance, employment/labour laws, corporate and commercial law

Interviewed witnesses, propounded and responded to interrogatories, requested productions and admissions, took and defended depositions, briefed interlocutory motions, filed requested findings and conclusions in non-injury cases.Developed considerable experience in determining when the record should be closed or supplemented.Prepares for and conducts pre-trial discovering, handles judicial, mediation and arbitration hearings

Mr Lumatete has membership with the Law Society of Kenya and the East African Law Society

  • Admission to the Roll of Advocates- 16 September 1985
  • Diploma in Law, Kenya School of Law – September 1985
  • Bachelor of Laws Degree (LL.B. Hons.), University of Nairobi – September 1984
  • High School (A-Level) Education at Friends School Kamusinga, Bungoma District, Western Kenya – 1978 to 1979
  • Secondary (O-Level) Education at Karima Secondary School, Bungoma, Western Kenya – 1974 to 1977
  • Debt recovery of the sum of Kshs. 1,841,234,507.99 on behalf of National Bank of Kenya Limited against M/s Coastec Services & Supplies Limited and 2 Others.
    Duration: 10th December 2015 – March 2016.
    Outcome: Amount owing paid without resort to legal action
  • Mombasa HCCC No. 287 of 2010 –Wangari Ndegwa –vs- Municipal Council of Mombasa & Others – acting for the defendant Council in a suit where the plaintiff sought inter alia to restrain (by way of injunction) the further construction of high-rise apartments within the Nyali area, Mombasa citing inter alia contravention of municipal by-laws and environmental (NEMA) regulations.
    Duration: August 2010 - October 2011.
    Outcome: Plaintiff’s said application dismissed with costs
  • Mombasa High Court Civil Miscellaneous Application No. 3 of 2012 – Uganda Property Holdings Ltd –vs- CPC Freight Services Ltd acting for the applicant and entailed obtaining orders of recognition and enforcement of an arbitral award issued in the republic of Uganda in favour of the applicant against the respondent.
    Duration: 10th January 2012 – 19th January 2012.
    Outcome: Recognition and enforcement orders duly granted
  • Managing Partner in the law firm of Messrs. Lumatete Muchai & Company Advocates – September 1989 – to-date
  • Attorney and managing Mombasa branch office of Messrs. Simiyu Wetangula & Company Advocates, Nairobi
  • Attorney with Messrs. F. E. Jamal, Advocate, Nairobi – August 1985 – June 1996