The very embodiment of wearing her heart on her sleeve, Stephanie is a feisty advocate attached to the Litigation and Dispute Resolution Department. After a busy day of finding client-oriented solutions, she loves to immerse herself in aromatherapy to relax.
Stephanie has a keen interest in Public Procurement Law, ICT Law, Intellectual Property Rights Law, Banking and Finance Law and augments it with Alternative Dispute Resolution. Her natural charisma and enthusiasm are focused more on both Public and Private Finance Law where she drafts pleadings to defend blue chip companies and government organizations in matters filed at the Public Procurement Regulatory Authority and the Courts as well as preparing legal opinions on financial law matters.
Stephanie is passionate about women in finance and can be found regularly indulging in Bloomberg & Business Daily articles to further acquaint herself with subjects close to her heart. She confidently agrees that she chooses the boldest moves as a strategy to win her cases as they offer the best possible reward both in the process and end goal which is client satisfaction.
A top class researcher, Stephanie uses this strength to gather the most useful and pertinent information on any case she is involved in. The high stakes, time-pressured cases are Stephanie’s favorite briefs to be involved in as she feels that pressure brings out the best in her.
Part of the team that successfully defended a major state corporation at the High Court in a suit instituted by the Plaintiff seeking a permanent injunction restraining the Company from cancelling the Award granted to the Plaintiff and/or awarding the Tender to a third party including the re-tendering and in particular the Request for Proposal for Provision of Service Delivery Platform and payment Solution, an order of Specific Performance of the subject Tender and Special damages in the sum of USD 7,000,000;
Part of the team that successfully defended a bank in a debt recovery suit at the Court of Appeal;
Part of the team involved in the successful representation of one of the largest power distributors in a claim instituted by an unsuccessful bidder at the Public Procurement Administrative Review Board seeking inter-alia a declaratory order that the termination of a Tender worth USD 29,000,000 as illegal, null and void;
Part of the team involved in the successful representation of a government agency wherein the Applicant inter alia sought an order for annulment of the of decision of the government agency finding the Applicant’s tender worth USD 15,000,000 as non- responsive at the technical evaluation stage and awarding the tender to another bidder and;
Part of the team that is currently representing a major power supply company where they were constrained to terminate a contract for the supply of a consignment of over 8,000 transformers worth upwards of USD 11,000,000 as they fell short of the standards expected. The Plaintiff seeks inter alia damages for breach of contract as well as payment of the outstanding sum of the contractual sum.