COMMERCIAL, CIVIL AND CORPORATE LITIGATION
It is our aim to provide our clients with the best solutions to solving contractual,building, civil and commercial disputes.
Our expertise in the area of litigation ranges from Magistrate’s Court to High Court litigation and work as well as knowledge and expertise in West Africa.
Our Litigation experience enables us to provide advice whether it be in a court room, arbitration or other dispute resolution forum.
We are able to assist you in respect of a wide variety of infringements in terms of the Companies Act 71 of 2008 including but not limited to commercial contracts as well as duties, responsibilities and negligence of prescribed officers and directors.’We undertake all aspects of corporate insolvency and business rescue. Our litigators are familiar with Joint Building Contracts (JBCC) as well as the National home builder registration council (NHBRC) and will be able to assist construction and engineering companies.
The firm does not position itself as a collector of small debts on a large scale. It does however provide an effective and systematic approach to the collection of more substantial trading debts for the benefit of an array of commercial clients in various centres throughout South Africa.
Legal costs are managed and adjusted to ensure that on average the collection process is a sensible and viable one for the client. There are a number of billing and reporting structures which can be adapted to create a suitable and cost effective system.
At M Van Heerden Attorneys we strive to assist our clients in exhausting all alternate forms of resolution prior to approaching the courts. Working closely with the Companies and Intellectual Properties Tribunal has ensured that our client’s disputes are resolved speedily and cost effectively.
“Sure I am that this day we are masters of our fate, that the task which has been set before us is not above our strength; that its pangs and toils are not beyond my endurance. As long as we have faith in our own cause and an unconquerable will to win, victory will not be denied us.”