What we do

Our areas of Expertise

Labour Law

In general labour law is the totality of rules in an objective sense that regulate legal relationships between employers and employees, the latter rendering services under the authority of the former, at the collective as well as the individual level, between employers mutually, employees mutually, as well as between employers, employees and the state. When interpreting South African labour law, including workplace discipline, one must apply the principle of fairness. Inter alia, the Labour Relations Act requires employers to demonstrate both procedural and substantive fairness when disciplining employees for misconduct.

Commercial Litigation

Civil litigation is the process of referring an issue, dispute, or any other commercial matter to a court order for a judge or magistrate to make a determination. However, Before one embarks on a process of litigation, it should be established what relief is sought.

Wills & Trusts

It is essential to have prudently advise with respects to Wills and Trust Administration. This facilitates for the principal distribution of ones wealth and assets when you pass away

Commercial Law

Legal rules that (1) determine the rights and duties of parties engaged in trade and commerce, (2) govern disputes arising out of ordinary transactions of buyers and sellers, and (3) settle issues concerned with logistics, software, intellectual property, banking, insurance etc.

We also deal with Franchise law. A franchise is a type of license that a party (franchisee) acquires to allow them to have access to a business’s (franchisor) proprietary knowledge, processes, and trademarks in order to allow the party to sell a product or provide a service under the business’s name. In exchange for gaining the franchise, the franchisee usually pays the franchisor an initial start-up and annual franchise fee.

Intellectual Propery

Intellectual property is a broad categorical description for the set of intangibles owned and legally protected by a company from outside use or implementation without consent. Intellectual property can consist of patents, trade secrets, copyrights, franchises and trademarks or simply ideas.

IT / Media Law

This topic contains topics related to technology, science, information technology (IT) and matters related to the internet and communications. As new technologies enter our day to day lives, new opportunities and crimes follow suit. Old laws must constantly adapt to changing circumstances and new laws must be promulgated to ensure that the best interest of society are promoted.
For example, issues such as cybercrime and cybersecurity continue to proliferate, blockchain is slowly changing the way we store and monitor information, instant contracting through Whatsup, drones have the ability to fly unperturbed in our skies, and new software is changing the way the legal industry operates


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