Areas Of Practice:
Administrative Law, Arbitration, Association Agreements, Bills of Legal Costs, Black Empowerment, Business Law, Civil, Commercial, Commercial Drafting, Company Law, Company Registrations, Competition Law, Constitutional, Construction, Contracts, Corporate, Debt Collections, Deceased Estates, Divorce, Due Diligence Audits, Education Law, Employee Benefits, Employee Share Incentive Schemes, Employment Equity, Employment Law, Energy Law, Environmental Law, Estates, Evictions, Expropriation Law, Family Law, Finance (Corporate), Finance (Project), Finance (Structured), Financial Markets, Financial Services Law, General Practice, Government Tenders, High Court Practice, Industrial Law, Industrial Relations, Insurance Law, Intellectual Property, International Transactions , Investment Funds, Joint Ventures and Acquisitions , Labour Law, Land Claims, Land Rights, Leases, Legislative Drafting, Litigation (Civil), Litigation (Commercial), Litigation (Constitutional), Litigation (Corporate), Litigation (General), Litigation (High Court), Litigation (Insurance), Litigation (Land Claims Court), Local Government Law, Mine Health and Safety, Mining, Occupational Health and Safety, Partnership Agreements, Pensions and Retirement Funds, Planning Law, Property Law, Provincial Government, Sale of Business, Shareholders Agreements, Trade and Industry, Transport Law, White Collar Crime, Wills
Robert Mokgalabone has 15 years, post articles experience as an attorney.
High Court Litigation: our firm does not shyt away from high stakes litigation.
Transportation Law: including applications for operating licenses and all other issues relating to transport operations.
Employment/ Labour Law
Tenant and landlord disputes(Rental)
Administration of Estates
Matrimonial matters, including Divorce, custody, parenting plans etc.
Drafting of various documents, including: Commercial contracts, Legal opinions, Shareholders agreements etc.
Land claims and land use, evictions, housing policies and legislation
Administrative and Constitutional Law