Ryan practises in areas of commercial litigation and has a special interest in labour law and accountancy. He was appointed as an associate at Knowles Husain Lindsay Incorporated upon his admission as an attorney in 2014.
Most of his practice includes High Court litigation and arbitration where he has represented several high-profile clients.
Cristy joined Knowles Husain Lindsay in 2013 as a candidate attorney and was admitted as an attorney in 2015. Part of the firm’s litigation and dispute resolution department, Cristy has been involved in a wide variety of commercial litigation matters and has a particular interest in cyber law.
Cristy’s experience extends to litigation conducted in the High Court, Supreme Court of Appeal and Constitutional Court, as well as to arbitrations. She also has experience in drafting a variety of commercial agreements.
BA Law (Rhodes)
LLB (with distinction and academic colours) (Rhodes)
Fraser is an associate in the firm’s dispute resolution department. He joined the firm in July 2012 as a candidate attorney and was admitted as an attorney in March 2015.
Fraser has been involved in a number of complex High Court and arbitration dispute resolution proceedings. He has worked with clients in the telecommunications, mining, property development, petroleum and manufacturing sectors. He has an avid interest in mining law and construction and engineering law.
Tayla is an associate in KHL’s corporate and commercial law department. Tayla believes that good commercial legal advice must obviously be legally correct and timeous, but must also be commercially and contextually relevant.
Tayla advises on a wide range of corporate and commercial law matters, including:
Merger and acquisitions.
How to avoid the many pitfalls under the new Companies Act and how to practically comply with that Act.
Management of commercial transactions.
Clients’ broader commercial transactions and agreements. These include, for example, loan agreements, security agreements, sale agreements and lease agreements.
Helping clients navigate through and comply with the often challenging Consumer Protection Act and National Credit Act.
LLB (with distinction) (University of Pretoria).
Certificates in Advanced Company Law I & II (University of the Witwatersrand).
Sarah is an associate in the insurance and construction litigation team, having joined Knowles Husain Lindsay as a candidate attorney in 2015.
Sarah’s experience at the firm involves High Court litigation and arbitration proceedings relating to insurance policies and various types of construction and engineering contracts. She has also worked on matters involving broader contractual disputes, litigation regarding pension fund administration and international reinsurance arrangements.