Titus is an Associate in the firm and handles a large number of the firm's litigation and dispute resolution matters. He is regularly involved in conducting legal research, preparing pleadings and other court papers, meeting and briefing clients and generally preparing cases for trial. He is also involved in corporate and commercial work and assists in business set-up including but not limited to incorporation of companies and registration of societies and business names. He also assists in drafting and perfection of security documentation for leading banks.
Educational and professional qualifications
- LL.M University of Nairobi (ongoing)
- LL.B University of Nairobi (Hon),2012
- Admitted, Advocate of the High Court of Kenya, 2015.
- Post Graduate Diploma in Law, Kenya School of Law
- Certified Public Secretary (CPS) [Section 6] – Kenya Accountants and Secretaries National Examination Board (KASNEB) (2014)
- French (Elementary Level) - Kenya Institute of Professional Studies (KIPS) (2008).
Membership in professional associations
- Law Society of Kenya
- Associate, Muthama Munyao & Kashindi, 2014 to date.
- Wameyo Onyango and Associates, Advocates, 2013
- Part of the team which represented a leading bank in reaching an amicable settlement of a claim by a borrower valued at over K.Shs 50 million.
- Part of the team which represented a top-tier bank in applying for administration over a borrower that had defaulted which has led to substantial recoveries.
- Part of the team which represented a leading bank in successfully challenging attempts by borrowers to stop the exercise of the statutory power of sale of a property valued at over K.Shs 120 million.
- Represented a leading bank in reaching an amicable resolution of a claim instituted by a borrower challenging the statutory power of sale of a property valued at over K.Shs 10 million.
- Part of the team which represented a key Government body based in Mombasa in successfully defended employment and labour claims instituted by 136 employees through an employees’ union to challenge investigations and disciplinary processes.
- Part of the team which represented a university based in Mombasa in successfully challenging employment and labour claims instituted by a former Vice Chancellor of the university.
- Successfully defending judicial review proceedings against a County Government challenging the approval of development on the basis of violation of the Building Code and Planning Regulations. The judicial review application was dismissed with costs to the client.
- Part of the team which represented a key Government body based in Mombasa in successfully defending a suit in which general damages of USD 423,108,000 (Kes 42,310,800,000) had been sought.
- Part of the team which trained members of a County Government’s joint committees on Devolution and Justice & Legal affairs.
- Mutua Mugambi Titus and Okothe Omondi Austin, (2015): The Phenomenon of ‘Land Gained from the Sea’; Nairobi Law Monthly, Vol 6 Issue No. 9 September 2015 issue pages 50-53.
- Mugambi M. Titus and Omiti Herman (2015): The Concept of House Without Land; Nairobi Law Monthly, May 2015 issue.