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|Roger Green||Margaret McCullough|
BCOM LLB (University of Natal, Durban)
Although primarily a specialist in property law, Roger Green has many years' experience in assisting clients in establishing trusts, drawing up wills and planning their estates. Roger is a partner at Cox Yeats, having joined the firm in 1973. Roger has served on the Council of the KwaZulu-Natal Law Society for many years, and on provincial and national law society committees, such as the committee on Competition Law. He is a past Chairman of the Standing Committee on Property Law matters of the Law Society of South Africa.
BA LLB (University of KwaZulu-Natal)
Margaret McCullough is a senior director at J Leslie Smith & Company, specialising in the administration of deceased estates, the drawing of wills, formation of trusts and estate planning. Margaret serves on the Estates Complaints Committee and is an active member on the Master's Office Liaison Committee, which serves to enhance the communication between the Durban and the Pietermaritzburg Master of the High Court offices.
|Keren Watson||Simon Watson|
LLB Degree - summa cum laude (University of KwaZulu-Natal)
Keren Watson is a partner at Cox Yeats, practicing in the Commercial & Natural Resources Law Team. Keren is experienced in drafting and negotiating commercial agreements and memoranda of incorporation, corporate restructuring, formation of trusts including family, employee and community trusts and advising on consumer protection law, company law and general business law issues. Keren is also the author of the LexisNexis publications: A Practical Guide to the Companies Act and Butterworths Forms and Precedents: Companies Volumes 1 and 2 and co-author of Butterworths Forms and Precedents: Companies Volume 3.
LLB LLM (University of KwaZulu-Natal) (Commercial Law)
Simon Watson is a partner at Cox Yeats, focusing on Commercial Law and Commercial Litigation. Simon has experience in managing commercial and corporate transactions and high profile disputes involving company restructures and rights linked to land, water and electricity. Simon is also 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.
|Jenna Padoa||Spencer Cason|
LLB, LLM - summa cum laude, cum laude (University of KwaZulu-Natal)
Previously an Internal Legal Counsel at a leading multinational FMCG company in South Africa, Jenna Padoa is now a partner at Cox Yeats, practicing in the Commercial & Natural Resources Law Team. Jenna is experienced in a broad range of commercial legal work, including mining and environmental law, company law, trust law and consumer protection law.
LLB (University of KwaZulu-Natal)
Spencer Cason is an Associate at Cox Yeats in the Commercial & Natural Resources Law Team. Spencer is experienced in general commercial work, including the drafting of agreements and dispute resolution and is keenly interested in estate planning and trust matters.
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