The firm’s practice focuses on five principal areas:
- Commercial law
- Administration in bankruptcy and corporate reorganisation
- Dispute resolution
- Private wealth services
- International law
Among other types of engagements, our practice includes the following:
- For many of our business clients, we act as ”corporate counsel” – we handle the legal issues confronting our clients on a day-to-day basis. We also assist our clients in procuring expertise from other advisors.
- Mergers and acquisitions and real estate transfers, representation and negotiations and advice in preparing agreements.
- Commercial agreements, advice on contractual issues relating to lease agreements, retail and distributorship agreements, franchise agreements, agreements within IT and intellectual property law, etc.
- Corporate law issues involving the preparation of shareholder agreements, corporate formation and new issues of shares.
- Real Estate and Construction law issues and Commercial Rental law.
- Banking and Finance law issues.
- Employment law issues, such as drafting executive employment agreements and redundancies.
- Board engagements.
- Administration of estates in bankruptcy, corporate reorganisations and liquidations. We also provide day-to-day legal counsel regarding insolvency issues.
- Representing clients in litigation in courts of law, arbitration, and mediation.
- Private wealth services, such as succession planning, administration of decedents’ estates and the preparation of wills and gift instruments. This area of practice is offered primarily to the owners of our corporate clients and as a service to banks and other financial institutions.
- International network. The firm is a member of an international network of attorneys and tax consultants, IAG Integrated Advisory Group International. Within the context of this international network, the firm can readily offer legal counsel to our clients on issues connected to other countries.