The firm’s record of success for clients arises out of a results-oriented approach to legal services, be it dispute resolution, transactional work, or strategic legal advice. Our partners graduated from leading law schools in the United States and the United Kingdom, and we have practiced with and against the world’s finest lawyers. The results we obtain for our clients are a testament to our ability to extract successful outcomes from complex legal and business issues. We frequently work under incentive or target-based fee structures that align with our clients’ interests, risk tolerance, and, most importantly, their budgets. Our approach ensures that our clients benefit from increased certainty and an improved bottom line. The firm also accepts a limited number of engagements in order to provide the personalised service and attention our clients expect and deserve.
We will charge for our legal services according to the nature of a particular assignment:
Retainer fees - We prefer to sign on clients to a retainer agreement. Retainers are a fixed or flat annual fee custom made to suit all clients’ individual needs. Upon request, we can send you a pro-forma of a typical retainer. Retainers will always be custom built around your business and its exact requirements. That way, you will be maximizing the value of the retainer fee. Our fees for retainers depend on the complexity, scope and time involved in fulfilling your work and do not apply to litigation matters.
Time based and short assignment fees - When we take on work outside of the retainer, on a case-by-case basis, we can bill hourly, or charge short assignment fees on transactional work such as property transfers, contracts, and business registration.
Statutory fees - Our fees for litigation are calculated in observance of the Advocates Remuneration Rules, which allow the rate between 3% to 10% of the amount of the subject matter, subject to complexity of the matter. We would need to sit with you, listen to the issues and then make an assessment of the legal costs in relation to the complexity of the trial and the duration that the litigation may take.