Arnoud van den Bout

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Attorney/Director

Arnoud van den Bout is an admitted and practicing Attorney within the jurisdiction area of the Law Society of the Northern Provinces in South Africa and has practiced several years as an admitted Solicitor in the High Court of England and Wales. He is well experienced as a manager and was appointed for years as the Chief Operating Officer of a big production orientated debt collection and facilitation company, having a record of starting new business ventures for the company and for himself.

Experience in:

  • Production management,
  • Strategy development and implementation,
  • Project management,
  • Sales,
  • Public relations,
  • Document management,
  • System and process development, and
  • Legal advice.

Main practice areas:

  • Corporate law
  • Business rescue
  • Insurance claims recoveries
  • Debt collection
  • Contract law
  • Medical law and medical negligence

Career:

  • B Com (Law) – University of Pretoria
  • LLB – University of Pretoria
  • B Com Hons (Business Management) – University of Pretoria
  • LLM (Corporate Law) – University of South Africa
  • MBA – Henley Business School, University of Reading, UK
  • Admitted Attorney in the High Court of South Africa (TPD)
  • Admitted Solicitor in the High Court of England and Wales
  • Business Rescue Practitioner

Cornel Pienaar

Attorney

Cornel Pienaar is an admitted and practicing Attorney with Right of Appearance in the High Court. He qualified with a LLB from the University of Pretoria and served his articles first with EW Serfontein & Associates and thereafter with Hurter Spies Inc. His clients enjoy advice that is authoritative and pragmatic. He continuously keeps himself abreast with the latest developments of the law with the benefit deriving to his clients. He has been involved in some of the most prominent matters South African courts has recently seen, including Constitutional Court litigation and knows what that entails.

He plies his trade in various fields of the law, particularly Constitutional and Administrative law matters; Land claims and evictions, Commercial litigation, including alternative dispute resolutions and general civil litigation. He recently completed a certificate in the conduction of Disciplinary proceedings.

Experience in:

  • General Civil Litigation
  • Commercial Litigation
  • Urgent Applications
  • Land claims and Evictions
  • Constitutional matters
  • Administrative law
  • Litigation concerning Regulatory Law & Bodies and Organs of State
  • Municipal Law
  • Other Litigious matters

Main Practice areas:

  • Commercial Litigation
  • General Civil Litigation
  • Urgent Applications
  • Land Claims & Evictions
  • Corporate & Governance law
  • Contract law
  • Constitutional law
  • Administrative law
  • Litigation concerning Regulatory law & Bodies and Organs of State
  • Municipal Law
  • Environmental and conservation law

Career:

  • LLB – University of Pretoria
  • Admitted Attorney of the High Court
  • Right of Appearance in the High Court
  • Short Course in Disciplinary Proceedings

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Eileen Ackerman

Attorney

Eileen Ackerman holds BA Law and LLB degrees obtained from the University of Pretoria. She was admitted and enrolled as an Attorney of the High Court of South Africa and practises as such. She has extensive exposure, knowledge, and experience in Property development, Conveyancing, Third party Litigation, Law of Collisions, Road Accident Fund claims, Default Judgments, Contracts and Labour disputes. She enjoys consulting with employers and employees on employment law matters and also advises on employment contracts. Eileen’s public speaking abilities are highly sought after in the industry and she excels at interpreting the law and dealing with complex legal issues. She has broad and practical knowledge of numerous substantive areas of law; familiarity with general practice; excellent interpersonal skills; and superior oral advocacy skills. Eileen is excellent in applying her interpretation of the law to advise her clients on completing transactions in compliance with the law or resolving disputes based on her current understanding of the law.

~~”Law is the way society regulates its behaviour”~~

Experience in:

  • Property development
  • Conveyancing
  • Third party Litigation
  • Law of Collisions
  • Road Accident Fund claims
  • Default Judgments
  • Contracts
  • Labour disputes
  • Assault & Battery Litigation

Main Practice areas:

  • Commercial Litigation & Civil Litigation
  • Contract law
  • Advocacy
  • Labour law matters
  • Law of Things

Career:

  • B A (Law) – University of Pretoria
  • LLB – University of Pretoria
  • Admitted Attorney in the High Court of South Africa (TPD)

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Explanation what the logo represents

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The logo is a combination of three icons:

  1. Castle – symbolising safety and security
  2. Pen – symbolising the legal system, being more powerful than the sword
  3. Wing of an eagle – symbolising courage