Kganare and Khumalo Incorporated Attorneys

A firm that believes small is the new big, sustainable is the new growth and trust is the new competitive advantage

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“We are experts in our fields, despite our size, as a result of our involvement with a number of top institutions in the country and global companies”, says Kganare.

K&K offers specialist legal support in the area of Commercial Law, which includes Commercial Transactions and Litigation; Due Diligence; Company Secretarial Services (i.e. Corporate Governance); Competition Law / Anti-Trust (i.e. Cartels, Exemptions, Enforcement, Abuse of Dominance, Mergers & Acquistions, etc.); Information and Communications Technology (ICT) Law; Intellectual Property Law (i.e. Trademarks, Domain Names; Copyright Protection; Trade Secrets, Infringements, etc.); and Energy Law, to mention a few.

“We are forced to be innovative, creative and different in order that we stay competitive in the provision of legal services. We are often on the front line, and systems at our firm can be changed as needed immediately to keep ahead of the game. We have come to realize that the gap of confidence between small companies and big ones is growing and that clients simply do not trust companies anymore, they trust the actual people on the front line”, adds Kganare.

K&K is able to undertake legal work across South Africa as well as around the globe. “We were involved in a number of significant matters in South Africa and internationally,” adds Kganare. In Ireland on a commercial transaction leading to the sale of shares in one of the energy companies in Ireland; on research and memorandum of advice on the impact of Groundless Threats Provisions for Ireland in respect of Intellectual Property (from a United Kingdom perspective); on a significant business sale transaction where a Five-Star Hotel & Golf Resort was eventually sold for an estimated 30 Million Euros; also in preparation for and attendance of an international arbitration and preparation of memorandum of advice at the conclusion of the five day arbitration, regarding a commercial dispute about a commission agreement. In Europe, Kganare worked with Partners of one of Ireland’s top full service commercial law firms, headquartered in Dublin. In South Africa, he was involved in the investigation and analysis of 22 acquisitions/merger notifications, including presentation at the Competition Tribunal of South Africa. Some of the transactions attracted media coverage owing to their magnitude (such as, Chemical Services Limited/Chemfit Industrial Holdings (Pty) Ltd large merger—Business Day, 17 June 2008 and Old Mutual Investment Group (South Africa) (Pty) Ltd/Futuregrowth Assets Management (Pty) Ltd large merger). He was and still is involved in some of the major cartel and exemption cases in South Africa (which also attracted media coverage owing to their magnitude) such as amongst others, the Bitumen (Black Fuels) Cartel; International Air Cargo Services Cartel; International (Far East Asia) Air Passenger Services Cartel; Exemption Application in the energy sector involving one of the big oil companies; and one of the cartels in the Construction Sector; to mention some.

“We are a young and dynamic firm offering young and talented people a conducive environment to grow both as attorneys and related professionals. We inspire highly talented workers to join us. One of our primary objectives is to create a high performance workplace where people will choose to work and give unreservedly of their energies and feel a sense of personal achievement, satisfaction, individual purpose and security. At K&K there is synergy between personal missions, work challenges and organisational achievement, this enables us to stay unrivalled amongst our peers” says Kganare. 

Visit www.kkinc.co.za for more information about us.

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