3rd Apr 2017

Chambers and Partners has ranked  LHC founding partner, Devindra Kissoon, as one of the leading lawyers in Guyana. Chambers states “Sources applaud Devindra Kissoon of London House Chambers for his assured handling of high-value matters. He is active both in… Read more

15th Feb 2017

Source: Stabroek News -rejected bidder says contractor unfairly selected The government and the Guyana Power and Light Inc (GPL) are being asked to defend their decision to award a $4.6B contract to a Chinese group for the rehabilitation of the… Read more

6th Mar 2016

Source: Kaieteur News The legal challenge to the sale of plots of land at Pradoville 2 took a surprising turn when Attorney for Ramesh Dookhoo and Florrie Ramnauth, Devindra Kissoon, intervened in the proceedings and filed an application to dismiss… Read more

26th Feb 2016

Source: Stabroek News City Hall has been called upon to reverse a published decision to provide housing for its staff on a property in Bel Air Park. Attorney Devindra Kissoon, of London House Chambers, representing several property owners in the… Read more

18th Jan 2016

Source: Stabroek News – attorney advises holding company Government’s holding company NICIL is under no duty to deposit its revenue into the Consolidated Fund and Article 216 of the Constitution does not apply to it, according to advice given to… Read more

29th Nov 2015

Source: Kaieteur News Chief Justice Ian Chang in an 80-page decision has ruled in favour of BK International, Inc. in a long standing dispute between the Ministry of Local Government, prohibiting the Ministry, Minister and Permanent Secretary of Local Government… Read more

21st Jul 2015

Source: Kaieteur News Within weeks of hearing an appeal made by Mr. James Samuels, the Caribbean Court of Justice (“CCJ”) unanimously overturned the Guyana Court of Appeal’s decision that Samuels’ use of VoIP breached his contract with GT&T. The CCJ… Read more

28th Mar 2015

Source: Kaieteur News After years of dispute over who really owns a prime commercial property located at 117 “B” Regent and Alexander Streets, Georgetown, two of Guyana’s top corporate entities, Guyana Realty Investments Limited (GRIL), which is linked to Gafoors… Read more

27th Mar 2015

Source: Kaieteur News A major court battle is brewing between the Local Government Ministry and construction giant, BK International, over the termination of a multi-million-dollar waste management contract at the Haags Bosch Landfill site, East Bank of Demerara. Lawyers for… Read more

15th Mar 2015

Dave Kissoon of London House Chambers acts for local clients as well as international clients investing in Guyana. He is especially active handling corporate finance and M&A matters and has experience practising law in both the USA and England. Sources… Read more

7th Aug 2014

Source: Kaieteur News Over 80 operators from mining agencies across the country completed a two-day training course in Selective Explosive Blasting at the Guyana Forestry Commission (GFC) Multi Complex Building at Kingston, Georgetown. The initiative which began on Tuesday, is… Read more

1st Apr 2014

The attached paper outlines the applicable provisions of the U.K. Bribery Act.  In so doing, it aims to provide the Caribbean/Guyanese Practitioner a better understanding of the applicable provisions, and in so doing, enable the reader to give practical advice… Read more

23rd Dec 2013

Levans v. Roraima Airways: London House Chambers secures jurisdictional victory in Eastern District of New York.

23rd Feb 2013

Source: Guyana Chronicle The Guyana Telephone & Telegraph Company (GT&T) has lost its request to stay the enforcement of a High Court Order which had directed the company to pay entrepreneur James Samuels $1,000,000 in damages, and declaring GT&T to… Read more

22nd Feb 2013

Source: Guyana Times The Guyana Telephone and Telegraph (GT&T) company has lost its request to stay the enforcement of the order of Justice Rishi Persaud pending appeal, which had declared the monopoly held by the company as unlawful and awarded… Read more

19th Oct 2012

Source: Barbados Today Online Former chief executive officer of the West Indies Cricket Board, Ernest Hilaire, came under fire during cross- examination by the West Indies Players Association’s lead counsel, Dave Kissoon as the case between the WICB and WIPA continued… Read more

18th Oct 2012

Source: Trinidad Express Ernest Hilaire, former West Indies Cricket Board (WICB) chief executive officer, came under fire during his cross-examination by the West Indies Players Association’s (WIPA) lead counsel, Dave Kissoon as the courtroom battle between the WICB and WIPA… Read more

10th Jun 2012

Source: Stabroek News ST JOHN’S, Antigua, CMC – A three-man mediation team from the International Cricket Council will take part in negotiations between the West Indies Cricket Board and players’ union, WIPA, in an effort to settle the protracted dispute… Read more

2nd Mar 2012

Source: Kaieteur News The present Collective Bargaining Agreement (CBA) and Memorandum of Understanding (“MOU”) (the “Agreements”) between the West Indies Players’ Association (WIPA) and the West Indies Cricket Board (WICB) will remain in force until the dispute between the two… Read more

7th Jan 2012

Source: Trinidad and Tobago Guardian Guyana will take part in the regional T20 cricket tournament after all as pressure from the West Indies Players Association (WIPA) forced the West Indies Cricket Board (WICB) to change their minds yesterday. However, the… Read more

8th Aug 2011

Source: Jamaica Gleaner The West Indies Players Association (WIPA) has appointed directors Dave Kissoon and Michael Hall to lead its negotiations with the West Indies Cricket Board (WICB) to revise the existing Collective Bargaining Agreement (CBA). The current CBA, which… Read more

Source: WICRICNEWS The West Indies Players Association welcomes the start of negotiations to revise the existing Collective Bargaining Agreement (CBA) and Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) between the WICB and WIPA. Cricket fans are not hearing much about cricket these days…. Read more

5th May 2009

Cozen O’Connor Names 11 Attorneys To Membership

Enforcement Foreign Judgment

6th Oct 2008

Guyana Chronicle, Monday October 6, 2008: Acting Chief Justice, Ian Chang, Friday admitted practice at the Bar of Guyana ……Devindra Kissoon Chronicle

21st Jun 2008