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|Simon Watson||Kerry Forbes|
LLB, LLM (Commercial Law) (University of KwaZulu-Natal, Pietermaritzburg)
Simon is a partner at Cox Yeats, practising in the Commercial & Natural Resources Law Team and focusing on Commercial Law and Commercial Litigation. Simon is the author of Commentary and Precedents for Partnerships and Joint Ventures in Butterworth Forms and Precedents Volume 3 and a contributor to the LexisNexis Guide to the Promotion of Access to Information Act. He is also the co-author of the LexisNexis online products Practical Guidance: Trusts, Wills and Estates and Practical Guidance: Corporate Governance.
LLB, Cum Laude (University of KwaZulu-Natal)
Kerry practices for her own account at Kerry Forbes & Associates and focuses on Conveyancing, Property law and Notarial law. Kerry is an admitted Attorney, Notary Public and Conveyancer with 8 years’ experience as an attorney and Notary Public and 7 years’ experience as a Conveyancer. Kerry practised as a litigation attorney attending to recovery work for the major banking institutions, general legal matters and Notarial work.
|Johan Van Staden||Cézanne Britain|
B Accounting Science degree (North-West University), B Proc degree, Post Grad Certificate (Forensic Accounting and Investigation) (University of Pretoria), Post Grad Diploma (Business Management) (MANCOSA GSB)
Johan has occupied the position of Head: Members’ Affairs at The Law Society of the Northern Provinces for over 20 years. Johan serves on a number of standing committees within the Attorneys profession such as the Joint Attorney-and-Auditors Committee, FICA Committee and Practice Development Committee. He is an Education, Training and Development Practitioner, as accredited by SASSETA, and lectures at the Practical Law School and at some of the larger law firms on practice, strategic and risk management.
LLB, LLM, Cum Laude (International Trade and Business Law) (University of the Western Cape)
Cézanne heads up her own law firm, Britain Renecke – a lean corporate and commercial law firm based in Johannesburg. She is an experienced corporate commercial lawyer who advises on how to do business in South Africa, the country’s company law and contract law, conducting legal due diligence investigations, negotiating and structuring commercial and business transactions and corporate governance. Awarded the Business Women’s Association Emerging Entrepreneur - Gauteng - 2016.
|Thomas Harban||Spencer Cason|
Thomas graduated with a BA Degree (1993) and LLB degree (1995) He served articles at a large commercial law firm in Johannesburg and was admitted as an attorney in 1997. Thomas has worked for a large commercial firm and also for smaller practices. He then joined the Auditor General of South Africa, before taking up a position with the Attorneys Insurance Indemnity Fund NPC (The AIIF) in April 2009. Thomas is the General Manager of the AIIF and his areas of operation include managing the operational risk of the AIIF.
Spencer joined Cox Yeats in January 2016 as an associate in the Corporate and Natural Resources Law Team.He assists clients in corporate restructures, mergers and acquisitions, the preparation of general commercial agreements and founding documents for companies and trusts. He has also assisted a wide variety of clients, including large companies, SMMEs, trusts and individuals in a broad range of commercial and general disputes in arbitrations and the courts.
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