Economic and business conditions change constantly. Companies face an ever-growing burden of constantly adapting to disruption, growing and maintaining compliance within an increasingly complex competitive, social and regulatory regime.
At IusPrudentia Specialist Counsel, we provide expert trusted and assured counsel to our clients on a full range of legal, empowerment, transactional and business regulation issues that impact or define business strategy, operations and transactions and which find deeper relevance and impact within a broader changing social context. We aspire to be integral to and support the constant growth of our clients. We have in excess of 20 years' experience accumulated from the top law and consulting firms in the world and have worked in multiple jurisdictions on multi-billion dollar deals and transactions spanning multiple industries.
We are members of the Nextlaw Referral Network and therefore we provide our clients with the best of all worlds by continuing to serve them where we currently have offices, while also being able to direct them to top tier lawyers in other jurisdictions where they need legal counsel and business advice. We can build on our trusted relationships with our clients by putting the full resources of the global legal powerhouse at their disposal.
We provide authentic, expert, trusted and assured counsel on a full range of economic empowerment, legal transaction and regulatory topics:
Our team has a rich breadth and depth of experience and has created impact in large corporations across the globe,
including providing counsel in respect of the following selected transactions
Broad-Based Black Economic Empowerment Act 53 of 2003: Procedures for the application, administration, and allocation of export quotas under the economic partnership agreement between the European Union and the Southern African Development Community for Year 2022.
Electronic Communications Act 36 of 2005: Amendment of the Information and Communications Technology COVID-19 National Disaster Regulations. GenN785 GG45069/31-8-2021.
Financial Sector Regulation Act 9 of 2017: Financial Sector Conduct Authority: Levies on financial institutions
Medicines and Related Substances Act 101 of 1965: Exclusion of certain alcohol-based hand-rubs from the operation of certain provisions. GN R756 GG45057/27-8-2021.
Petroleum Products Act 120 of 1977: Regulations Regarding Petroleum Products Specifications and Standards for Implementation.
Promotion of Access to Information Act 2 of 2000: Regulation relating to the Promotion of Access to Information, 2021.
Unemployment Insurance Act 63 of 2001: Destroyed, affected or looted workplaces: Temporary Financial Relief Scheme Regulations, 2021.
Gauteng High Court (Pretoria) has ruled that affected communities have a right to see applications for mining licences
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