Adele van der Walt Incorporated is a South African-based medical law firm under leadership of Adele van der Walt, known for her expertise regarding medical negligence, surrogacy and personal injury claims. Annelie focuses on assisting corporate clients with legislative interpretations and providing practical solutions on complex VAT matters across various industries, including issues concerning cross-border transactions, group reorganisations and the non-profit sector.
Samantha's experience includes advising clients on various individual and collective labour law matters, including on large-scale retrenchments, unfair and automatically unfair dismissal and unfair labour practice claims, strikes, restraints of trade, as well as drafting pleadings and heads of argument in launching and defending proceedings in the South African Labour Court, the Labour Appeal Court, the Commission for Conciliation, Mediation and Arbitration and the Constitutional Court.
Since 2010, Pippa has been one of the lead legal advisors to the South African government on its Renewable Energy Independent Power Producer Procurement Programme and other independent power producer procurement programmes conducted by the Department of Energy.
18.2 An unprecedented attack on a lawyer with a decades long record of speaking truth to power, by a multi-billion rand public company set on destroying him, his son and his Practice because they stood up for the rights of their clients in exposing Discovery's fraudulent and illegal shenanigans.
He specialises in providing advice to clients on all aspects of employment law with a particular emphasis on organisational restructurings, the employment consequences of commercial transactions, the structuring and enforcement of restraint of trade provisions, and the dismissal of senior executives, both as employees and directors.
She has co-authored South Africa's contribution to the United Nation's and Harvard University Corporate Law Tools Project with Professor Michael Katz, which deals with the Mandate of the Special Representative of the Secretary-General (SRSG) on the issue of Human Rights and Transnational Corporations and other Business Enterprises.
Mohamed Sajid Darsot is an Executive in ENSafrica's Corporate Commercial department and specialises in commercial contracts, company sales and purchases, corporate restructures, management buyouts, take-overs and M&A, both within South Africa and cross-border in Africa.
Mandisa also has experience in corporate tax compliance which includes reviewing detailed income tax (including capital gains tax) and mineral royalty calculations and returns as well as assisting with preparing applications for voluntary disclosure relief.
In addition, Zohair is experienced in drafting and negotiating a variety of commercial documents, including memoranda of incorporation, shareholders agreements, partnership agreements, sale agreements (shares, businesses and assets), subscription agreements, board and shareholders' resolutions, legal opinions, as well as conducting due diligence investigations.
Following on widespread screening of American Trial Movies throughout South Africa featuring the American system of one third percentage contingency fees, Plaintiff Attorneys Accident Claims are inundated by requests from clients to contract on that basis, and enquiries thereafter directed to the LSNP which resolves to investigate South African Law on the issue.
Steven's experience also includes anti-fraud and corruption matters and assisting clients to meet the anti-corruption compliance requirements in the US Foreign Corrupt Practices Act, the UK Bribery Act, as well as the South African Prevention and Combating of Corrupt Activities Act.
Adam's drafting experience extends to shareholders' agreements, sale of business agreements, asset for share agreements, sale of shares agreements, memoranda of incorporation, subscription agreements, board and shareholders' resolutions as well as the drafting of legal opinions.