James Sewakiryanga is the inventor of the Janzi; a musical instrument. James has been able to register the Janzi as a utility model and he is now able to enjoy the benefits that accrue to its protection as a utility model.

Innovate

We are an innovative firm and offer bespoke services to our clients.

On April 4th 2019, Jumia; Africa’s fastest growing E-Commerce startup went Public on the New York Stock Exchange. Jumia remains Uganda’s largest e-commerce company and we are committed to offering our legal services to its growth.

Grow

We focus on growth and employ a pragmatic approach in finding solutions for our clients.

SafeBoda has immensely disrupted the transport industry in Uganda and in Africa. It has greatly changed the way people move and deliver packages across the cities it operates in. It is said that in 2018, the urban motor bike hailing start up cut motor bike accidents by 30%. Today SafeBoda has become possibly Uganda’s safest, most convenient and relatable means of road transport. It is an honour for us to walk this journey of success with them.

Discover

We are always seeking & discovering new ways of serving our clients and the community.

PROUDLY EAST AFRICAN

KTA Advocates, (Formerly Karuhanga, Tabaro & Associates) is an International Financial Law Review (IFLR) recommended premier Intellectual Property (IP) & Technology, East African based law firm with an established regional footprint in Uganda, Kenya, Tanzania, Zanzibar, Rwanda, Burundi and South Sudan.

As a member of the Amani IP network, that brings together firms in the East African Community, the firm has consolidated its niche in technology, intellectual property, construction law, corporate & commercial law and dispute resolution.

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“Law without education is a dead letter. With education the needed law follows without effort and, of course, with power to execute itself; indeed, it seems to execute itself.”
– Rutherford B. Hayes

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