What we do

What we do

Our expertise are, among others, technology law, privacy law, media law, IP law, corporate and commercial law, procurement and administrative law.

Here are a few examples of how we are able to help you:

You are a foreign enterprise that wants to incorporate a South African subsidiary and need guidance through the start-up process and in your ongoing operations.

Your business involves media and technology and you need advice on administrative, compliance and regulatory matters such as electronic communications and broadcasting licence applications and compliance with data and consumer protection laws.

You are an advertising agency or a production house and you need advice on intellectual property related matters, such as trademark registrations, the legalities of filming in South Africa or the Department of Trade and Industry’s film incentive scheme.

You intend doing business with the State and need assistance with understanding and complying with the laws, regulations and processes related to dealing with the State.

You are involved in the communications sector and need transaction advice regarding procuring or supplying communications infrastructure and equipment such as fibre optic cables or IT hardware.

Your rights relating to issues in our specialist areas have been compromised, and you need unwavering representation through dispute resolution processes.

Imitation is the greatest form of flattery, but we don’t think so in this case.

We are aware of the phishing email that has been circulated to many people. Although we are not the firm mentioned in the phishing email you may have received, we’ve received several calls because of the similarity to our firm name so, unless you’d like to have a chat about other technology law matters, please don’t call us as we won’t be able to help. 

We know the firm in the phishing email is a genuine law firm, based in Cape Town, and we’ve alerted them to what is likely an impersonation scam.

If you’d like to learn more about phishing, click on the following link (we promise this is a legitimate link ) to watch this entertaining video we did eight years ago.