The coronavirus COVID-19 pandemic is unfortunately now in Uganda. The raft of measures by the World Health Organization (WHO), and governments across the world (including our own) to contain the spread of the virus have resulted in an unprecedented disruption of business and day-to-day life.
Doreen Kansiime specializes in all aspects of employment and employee benefits law, both contentious and non-contentious, and works with general and in-house counsel, employment advisers and directly with the operation in handling employment and benefits issues. In corporate law, Doreen advises organisations (profit and non-profit) and in-house counsel on a range of compliance and transactional matters touching on regulatory affairs, commercial contracts, audit and due diligence, corporate governance, risk and taxation.
Experience has included advising:
- A leading reproductive health organisation on the corporate reorganization of its operational entities resulting into a merger of operations into one entity.
- A government agency on a comprehensive organizational restructure that included a comprehensive labour law audit, formulation of a new human resource framework, and drafting employment contracts for all levels of staff.
- Two leading financial institutions on the transfer of employment aspects of their corporate reorganization.
- Existing retirement benefits schemes on their compliance with the new Uganda Retirement Benefits Regulatory Authority Act, including the adjustment of scheme structures with the new legal framework.
- Several international, foreign and indigenous development organizations on both routine and complex legal matters.
- Advocate admitted to the High Court of Uganda.
- Georgetown University: Master of Laws (International Business and Economic Law).
- Makerere University: Bachelor of Laws.
- Law Development Centre: Post-Graduate Diploma in Legal Practice (bar qualification).
- Member of the East African Law Society.
- Member of the Uganda Law Society.