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Law firm in eSwatini (Swaziland) | Robinson Bertram

Overview:

Robinson Bertram is a full service law firm, providing cutting edge legal services and solutions to local, national and international clients. It was founded in the late 1800s and was originally Millin and Robinson. Over the years it changed its name with the partners of the firm to Millin Robinson Bertram and Currie, Robinson Bertram and Company and finally Robinson Bertram.

The firm consists of four Partners, one Associate Partner, three Professional Assistants and three Articled Clerks. All attorneys are skilled in specific areas of legal practice in Swaziland. Generally, the firm strives to equip all professionals with sufficient skills to be able to assist in any area of the law but emphasizes on specialisation in order to optimize skill and ensure quality service.

 

Practice Areas:

  •  Administrative Law;
  • Antitrust/Competition Law;
  • Banking Law and Practice;
  • Bankruptcies;
  • Collections;
  • Commercial and Company Law;
  • Company Formation and Secretarial Services;
  • Constitutional Law;
  • Conveyancing and Property Transactions;
  • Corporate and trade litigation;
  • Dispute Resolution;
  • Foreclosure;
  • Industrial Law and Regulations;
  • Intellectual Property Law;
  • Liquor Licensing and Entertainment Law
  • Mining Law, Energy and Resources
  • Drafting of specialised legislation;
  • Restructuring agreements etc.

 

Highlights:

In recent times, Robinson Bertram’s track record includes major work for clients, for example, Swazi Express Airways and Airlink Arbitration; the incorporation of the Enterprise Trust Fund now known as Fincorp; the privatisation of the Swaziland Dairy Board; the merger of Swaziland Bottling and Swaziland Breweries Ltd; the merger of Mister Bread Bakery and Swaziland United Bakeries with Premier Swazi Bakeries; Complex commercial litigation for Shell Oil Swaziland and Swazi Express Airways; Listing of Standard Bank Bonds to name a few.

Downloads on Eswatini:

Guide to doing business in Swaziland
Insolvency and Debt Restructuring in Swaziland
Guide to Foreign Money Judgments and Arbitral Awards in Swaziland

Firm Details

Robinson Bertram
(+268) 2404-2953/ 2404-2826/7
Ingcongwane Building, Gwamile Street, Mbabane
(+268) 2404-5080 /2404-6454
English, Siswati
Kenneth Motsa

Kenneth Motsa

+268 760 258 175

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