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Indemnity Schemnity

19/01/2024|

Understanding the pitfalls of standard contractual indemnities In many a business agreement, indemnities are often viewed as a safety net, offering a semblance of security ... Read more

The Art of Law

19/09/2023|

by PJ Veldhuizen Sun Tzu’s Art of War, estimated to have been written by the Chinese general between 475 and 221 BCE, is based on ... Read more

The company that owes me money has been liquidated, now what?

27/03/2024|

Useful mechanisms for creditors dealing with insolvent companies Commissions of Enquiry as set out in Sections 415 and 417/418 of the Companies Act serve as a vital tool for unveiling and unravelling possible misconduct or mismanagement within a company, prior to liquidation. Through these enquiries, ... Read more

Indemnity Schemnity

19/01/2024|

Understanding the pitfalls of standard contractual indemnities In many a business agreement, indemnities are often viewed as a safety net, offering a semblance of security against potential losses and damages. However, PJ Veldhuizen, Managing Director at attorney firm Gillan and Veldhuizen Inc. warns of the ... Read more

Are “Without Prejudice” offers truly without prejudice?

10/11/2023|

In the world of legal settlements and debt negotiations, the term "without prejudice" has often been used to signify an offer or agreement that cannot be admitted or revealed in court proceedings. However, recent insights from legal rulings raise questions about the true nature of ... Read more

Choosing the right corporate fit for your new business

23/10/2023|

So,  you've got a brilliant business idea that's ready to take the world by storm - the excitement is palpable, the possibilities endless and the journey exhilarating - but before you dive headfirst into the entrepreneurial abyss, there's one crucial question you need to answer: ... Read more

The Art of Law

19/09/2023|

by PJ Veldhuizen Sun Tzu’s Art of War, estimated to have been written by the Chinese general between 475 and 221 BCE, is based on the fundamental premise that war should be avoided with diplomacy. If war can't be avoided, it should be fought smartly, ... Read more

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