Katherine specialises in commercial litigation and dispute resolution, particularly in the High Court. She served her articles of clerkship with Knowles Husain Lindsay, was appointed as an associate in 2011 and was promoted to a senior associate at Knowles Husain Lindsay in 2014.
Some of Katherine’s achievements and experience include:
Katherine has been involved in various dispute resolution proceedings relating to, amongst other things:
The construction, granite and mining industries;
Insolvency proceedings; and
Commercial lease agreements.
She was, on behalf of a regulatory body, involved in a high profile landmark matter concerning the protection of the interests of consumers in the property sector.
BSc (Zoology and Ecology) University of the Witwatersrand.
Tsholofelo practises in the areas of commercial litigation, labour law, divorce law and general dispute resolution. She was admitted as an attorney in 2012 and was appointed as an associate at Knowles Husain Lindsay in the same year.
Tsholofelo’s experience at Knowles Husain Lindsay includes:
Having co-advised a communications client in various contractual and labour law disputes.
Co-advising a petroleum industry client in contractual disputes, both in South Africa and in Lesotho.
Representing a local authority in both contractual and labour law disputes.
Sarah specialises in High Court commercial litigation and has an interest in business rescue, insolvency and constitutional law.
Sarah was the judges clerk to Chief Justice Ngcobo from January 2009 – June 2010 at the Constitutional Court of South Africa. She thereafter worked at the Tshwaranang Legal Advocacy Centre conducting legal research, compiling various information for use in reports and drafting comments on various Bills tabled before Parliament which all had a specific focus on promoting the rights of women to live free of violence and have access to adequate and appropriate services in South Africa. She commenced articles with Knowles Husain Lindsay Inc in 2011 and was admitted as an attorney in 2013.
Collaborating with Lisa Vetten, Teresa Le and Alexandra Leisegang on THE RIGHT AND THE REAL: A Shadow Report Analysing Selected Government Departments’ Implementation of the 1998 Domestic Violence Act and 2007 Sexual Offences Act.
Masters dissertation: The Implication For Creditors of the Business Rescue, Liquidation And Transitional Provisions Of The Companies Act, 2008.
BComm (Management and Economics) Hons (Management) (Rhodes)
Simpiwe practises in the dispute resolution department of Knowles Husain Lindsay. He began his articles at Njokweni Incorporated and subsequently joined Knowles Husain Lindsay as an article clerk in 2009, thereafter being appointed to his current position as an Associate.
Some of Simpiwe’s areas of practice include legislative drafting, labour law, commercial contracts, commercial litigation, regulatory and administrative law, as well as High Court and Magistrate Court litigation.
Morgan specialises in dispute resolution, with particular emphasis on insurance, construction and engineering disputes. He served articles of clerkship with Knowles Husain Lindsay and was appointed as an associate in 2013.
Some of Morgan’s achievements and experience include:
Being involved in dispute resolution proceedings conducted on behalf of various specialist contractors and insurers in respect of a significant South African infrastructural and transport project.
Representing a wide spectrum of clients in matters against insurers and insurance brokers in relation to:
Exclusion and limitation clauses contained in insurance policies;
The repudiation of insurance claims;
Negligent conduct on the part of insurance brokers and other insurance intermediaries; and
Complaints made to the Ombudsman for Short Term Insurance.
Advising insurers and underwriting managers in subrogated recovery actions and disputed claims.
Drafting general terms and conditions for a number of clients (including the providers of mobile crane services, refractory manufacturers and providers of security and surveillance services)
BA Law and International Relations (University of the Witwatersrand)
LLB (with distinction) (University of the Witwatersrand)