The following areas of law are where we focus our attention and growth, namely company law, data privacy, business contracts, information technology law, and restraints of trade.
Boogaard Attorneys is proud to be associated and engaged with South African businesses which are supporting economic growth, entrepreneurship, creativity and innovation. It is our preference where possible to assist clients to have sound compliance and contractual frameworks in place for sake of good governance and to avoid unnecessary litigation and disputes. In this way, a client's valuable resources can be directed to growth. However, in the instance of litigation or dispute resolution being necessary, we have established sound relationships with reputable counsel at varying degrees of seniority to assist in pursuing and resolving matters in the necessary forums.
We can assist with conveyancing instructions as well as patent and other IP law services via long standing relationships we have established with two top Johannesburg law firms specialising in these fields of law.
We service our clients throughout South Africa remotely. Practising from Block B, Infinity Business Park, Corner William Nicol Drive and Pieter Wenning Road, Fourways, we are easily accessible to clients in Johannesburg North including Fourways, Bryanston, Dainfern, Morningside, Midrand, Rivonia and Sandton.
Contact us on 010 823 4553 | 072 116 4121 | az.oc.syenrottadgb@asil
Boogaard Attorneys provides services in the following areas of law:
Drafting, reviewing and advice in a wide range of business related contracts, forms and documentation including those pertaining to access to information, acknowledgments of debt, advertising, agency and representation, carriers, cessions, companies, computer contracts, consumer protection, employment, employee management, franchising, indemnities, joint ventures, novation, partnerships, pledge, sale of movable and immovable property, sale of business suretyship and vehicle management.
Advising on drafting and reviewing information technology, software development agreements, software licensing; maintenance and support agreements, contractual structures for outsourcing and online contracts.
The Protection of Personal Information Act No 4 of 2013 ("POPIA") is largely principle based legislation. The nature and extent of the activities and operations of a responsible party as applied against the eight conditions and other provisions of POPIA and its regulations means there is no one size fits all approach to compliance. We assist with POPIA advice, compliance and awareness sessions.
Assisting businesses with legal compliance including drafting of plain language contracts, overseeing of promotional competitions, reviewing and drafting of franchise agreements, fixed term agreements, considering of consumer rights and supplier accountability.