Areas of practice
Commercial Law, also known as business law or corporate law, deals with the legal principles applied in the world of business. It is the body of law that applies to the rights, relations and conduct between persons and businesses engaged in inter alia commerce, merchandising, trade and sales. Commercial Law includes within it compass such titles such as Labour Law, principal and agent, Insurance law, Banking law, National Credit Act, Consumer Protection Act and Contract law.
Is the process of taking a legal dispute of a civil nature to court.
Is the law concerned with the legal rules in RSA which describes and regulates the origin, contents and dissolution of all legal relationships between husband and wife, parents, guardians and children. Family law includes Divorce, Maintenance, Contact, Parenting Plans and Children’s Court.
Is the recovery of any debt owing to a client for any legal reason and includes Body Corporate or Sectional Title Collections, Insurance Collections, Bank Collections, School Collections and Correspondent Services (Roodepoort, Randburg, Krugersdorp and Kagiso).
Includes inter alia Antenuptial Contracts, Wills, Trusts and Deceased and Insolvent Estates.
Is the law and the process relating to crime in South Africa and the defence of persons accused of a crime in South Africa and includes Bail Applications, White Collar Crimes and Criminal Trials.
South African labour law regulates the relationship between employers, employees and trade unions in the Republic of South Africa.