VDT History and our presence in the Phatshoane Henney Group

VDT Attorneys Inc. was established in 1932, determined to offer tailor-made and effective solutions to any legal problem in a cost-effective manner. We have over the years formed strong professional relationships with our clients and correspondence practices.

Our high level of expertise and advanced work ethic is driven by honesty and excellency founded on integrity, trust and independence, allowing us to deliver only the best results according to sound financial and ethical policies.

To harness our growth, we joined the Phatshoane Henney Group of associated law firms. This Group further guides us as a firm that delivers by fostering five underpinning values:

•    We Care
•    Innovation
•    Standards
•    Expertise
•    Diversity

Our presence as one of 50 law firms in what is South Africa’s largest legal network allows us to pool our knowledge and industry resources through correspondence opportunities to promote the legal profession as one of excellence across the country.

July 4, 2018
Shining success in pivotal IT sector merger

Shining success in pivotal IT sector merger

In a landmark transaction that promises to redefine the landscape of South Africa’s information technology and telecommunications sector, the M&A Team of PH Attorneys played a crucial role in facilitating the acquisition of a leading cyber security software firm by a multinational enterprise software procurement company. This deal not only marks a significant milestone for both firms involved but also holds implications for the broader African market.

Leave to Appeal vs Special Leave to Appeal

Leave to Appeal vs Special Leave to Appeal

On 4 April 2024 in the matter of Savannah Country Estate Homeowners Association v Zero Plus Trading 194 (Pty) Ltd and Others (773/2022) [2024] ZASCA 40, our Supreme Court of Appeal (“SCA”) had to address the important difference between an application for leave to appeal and an application for special leave to appeal. In this article, we analyse the SCA’s views in this regard.

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