Corporate Law

Our team of attorneys in the Corporate Law Department have proven experience in this focused practice area. Our attorneys have an in-depth knowledge of the complex and ever changing regulatory environment affecting corporates and the risks associated with it.  Our team has successfully provided various clients (including multi nationals) with innovative solutions to complex legal and regulatory challenges while ensuring optimal protection against risk.

Our Corporate Law services include the following:

  • Advising on and implementation of company restructurings, including the formation of formal groups of companies and unbundling transactions;
  • Drafting of all company related documents and agreements, including Asset for Share Transactions, Share Buybacks, unique MOl’s, Shareholders Agreements, Share Sale Agreements and Share Subscription Agreements;
  • Advice on shareholder and management buy-outs;
  • Share ownership schemes;
  • Setting up specialized corporate structures for private equity investments (including venture capital companies);
  • Corporate governance audits;
  • Legal due diligence investigations;
  • Drafting of Executives Agreements and board charters;
  • Drafting of Association Agreements for members of close corporations;
  • Registration of non-profit companies and drafting unique MOl’s;
  • Mergers and acquisitions;
  • Advice on and assistance with Shareholder and Director disputes.

Our Corporate Law team consists of:

  • Louis Stroebel (Sasolburg)
  • Louis Stroebel (Pretoria)
  • Anica Theunissen
  • Francois Janse van Rensburg

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