Areas Of Practice:
Arbitration, Association Agreements, Blacklistings, Business Law, Business Rescue, Civil, Commercial, Commercial Drafting, Communications and Media, Company Law, Company Registrations, Conservation and Wildlife, Construction, Consumer Law, Contracts, Corporate, Credit Law, Criminal, Divorce, Drunk Driving, Due Diligence Audits, Employment Law, Engineering, Environmental Law, Estates, Evictions, General Practice, Industrial Law, Information Technology, Intellectual Property, Internet Law / E-Commerce, Labour Law, Leases, Licensing, Liquor Law, Litigation (Civil), Litigation (Commercial), Litigation (Corporate), Litigation (Criminal), Litigation (General), Litigation (High Court), Litigation (Magistrates Court), Maintenance, Mediation, Mine Health and Safety, Occupational Health and Safety, Outsourcing, Partnership Agreements, Pollution and Waste, Professional Ethics, Professional negligence, Property Law, Sale of Business, Security, Shareholders Agreements, Telecommunications, Trademarks, Transport Law, Trusts, Water Law, Wills
Jean is a admitted attorney (2002), specialising in commercial contracts within the transport, logistics and engineering industries. This includes general commercial advice, corporate governance and compliance and risk reporting, as well as commercial litigation.
Her modus operandi would be to understand the structure of your business so that the best risk management process and compliance with legislation can be implemented.
- Commercial litigation
- Drafting - IT, lease (equipment and property), shareholders, sale of shares/business, supply of goods and services etc.
- Logistics contracts including procurement, warehousing and distribution, ad hoc transport and courier, subcontractor agreements, transportation locally or cross-border (container and break bulk).
- Limitation of liability provisions.
- Tender documents (issuing and responding).
- Risk reports on proposed transactions and legal consequences.
- POPI - Protection of Personal Information compliance - Full Manual and guidance
- Companies Act 2008 – new Memorandum of Incorporation, conversion of close corporations
- National Credit Act
- Consumer Protection Act
- PAIA manual in compliance with POPI Act
Advice on taking positive steps in these difficult economic times
Court work from commencement to completion of rescue.
FICA obligations: whilst Jean appreciates that client identification and verification may not always be convenient, it is a statutory requirement that the prescribed steps are taken to identify and verify your identity and personal details, including credit information.
We look forward to a long and prosperous successful association with you