Clairwood Chambers Mutamangira and Associates is a firm that has established itself as a balanced legal service provider, providing a broad range of diversified legal solutions to meet the business and personal needs of a broad range of clients. Our focus on a team approach and our flexible, dynamic organizational structure offers our clients the benefit of our full range of services.
Our pragmatic and creative approach to each case is a result of our technical expertise and profound knowledge of our clients and the sectors in which they operate.
Our focus on a team approach and our flexible, dynamic organizational structure offers our clients the benefit of our full range of services.
Our remarkable work ethic and values have seen us emerge as market leaders in the field for more than 10 years.
We are dedicated legal practitioners who continually stay abreast of the latest developments and steep themselves in the most complicated domestic and global operations.
The firm has advised on major greenfield and brownfield investment transactions across many sectors of the economy, with exceptional experience in mergers, demergers, listings, winding up, liquidations, judicial management and reconstructions.
The firm has been retained by a number of banks as legal advisors, advising banking law litigation, reconstruction of banks, mergers, acquisitions and reconstructions of banking institutions. with leading financial advisory services firms specialized in these matters.
We offer legal services and representation during Criminal Proceedings at all levels. This ranges from appearances at the Police Station, representation at the Magistrates Court, High Court and prosecution of appeals.
The firm has a fully fledged Department that handles all issues of Property Law and Title. Our Conveyancing Department manages all transactions from sale or purchase to transfer. We manage effectively all rent and occupation disputes.
Individual labour relations, Collective labour relations, Restructurings, Workplace Equality, Employee profit sharing schemes, Incentive share plans, Retrenchments, Labour litigation etc.
The firm handles matrimonial matters (divorce and division of property), custody, guardianship, maintenance, deceased estates, family trusts, will writing and estate planning.
We have an outstanding record of being one of the leading firms in Mining Law advising a number of major mining companies. We are currently retained as Legal Advisors to the Ministry of Mines and Mining Development in Zimbabwe. We have distinguished ourselves in the negotiation of complex mineral export formalities including International Mineral Certification Schemes.
The firm has experience in International Litigation, International Mediation and Arbitration. It has handled a number of leading cases in International Courts such as the SADC Tribunal, ICSID, ICC, General Court of the EU and many other foreign jurisdictions including the USA and the UK.
Our firm strongly believes in the promotion of intellectual property rights. The firm has registered a number of patents, copyrights and industrial designs in Zimbabwe and internationally. It has also litigated in many instances on issues of intellectual property infringements.
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