EOH Legal Services consists of a group of attorneys and advocates, specialising in the delivery of corporate legal services. Our customers include unlisted and listed South African entities, tertiary institutions, national governmental departments, state owned entities (SOE’s), mining houses and steel manufacturers.
We offer a complete suite of legal expertise designed and developed over time to specifically comply with the legal needs of any corporate or public enterprise. Services are provided on an exclusive basis or by means of its outsourced model. Both models for service delivery ensure an immediate and continuous availability and accessibility to our legal services
Although saving on legal spend remains an important consideration in the legal service delivery by EOH, a further value proposition lies in our ability to offer a team of experienced experts to deal with any legal matter in a short turnaround time by providing legal knowledge, skills and expertise in an ever-changing legal landscape to our clients.
The newly established Information Regulator took office during December 2016 and is preparing to enforce the POPIA – Do you understand the consequences of Non-compliance.
- 19 October 2017
Compliance with Environmental law is increasingly becoming more important in running your business. In fact, non-compliance can lead to heavy fines, closure of your operations and even jail time.
- 13 to 15 November 2017
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Latest News & Featured Articles
Protection of Personal Information Act (“POPIA”): Hot off the press – news from the Information Regulator
Written by Karus Prinsloo (Legal Compliance Division) . Press briefing by the Information Regulator: 20 September 2017 The Information Regulator (IR) held a press briefing on 20 September 2017 and issued a press release (click here to access). It is interesting to...
Congratulations Keabetswe Moagi
A warm congratulations to our intern Keabetswe Moagi who was officially admitted as an attorney at the High Court of South Africa, Pretoria on the 1st of June 2017. Here is a brief outline of Keabetswe’s journey as to being admitted earlier this month:
- Studied LLB at the University of Johannesburg and graduated on 1 June 2015;
- Completed Law School at UNISA, Pretoria;
- Completed my Articles at the University of Pretoria Law Clinic (1 June 2016-7 April 2017)
- Started my internship with EOH Legal Services on the 10 April 2017;
- Admitted on 1 June 2017 at the High Court of South Africa, Pretoria Division, in front of Judge Teffo ( I worked as her Clerk for 2 months in 2015) and Judge Ranchod;
- My application was brought by Advocate Hlalethoa.