Bridget's litigation acumen gives her clients confidence that their business interests are being put first. They know she does not force them into, or prolong, unnecessary litigation. She has often been able to resolve matters satisfactorily for all litigation parties, freeing her clients to continue developing their businesses.
Bridget has a business background, she understands her role in her client’s team; her insights and knowledge of the litigation process are explained to her clients in a manner that helps them plan reliably for any business contingencies. Bridget’s clients know her tenacity and experience ensure the best possible outcome from the litigation process. Bridget has litigated in prominent fraud matters, conducted forensic investigations into company and director frauds, and recovered stolen funds for foreign investors.
Bridget leads our social conscience, she is actively involved in community outreach, her recent efforts include restructuring the constitution for Grandmothers against Poverty, based in Khayalitsha, and she regularly lends support to section 27 initiatives. Bridget is currently doing a Masters in Social Justice at UCT.
On weekends Bridget will return your call after an off-road race or a mountain hike.