In attending to client instructions, the Firm will assess the brief and advise on the law, therein indicating the likelihood of success in our courts and the time it may take to conclude. Where the need is evident, we indicate the suitability of alternative dispute resolution where a trial in ordinary courts will be expensive, cause delay, infringe on privacy or is considered unsuitable.
It is the resolve of the Firm to keep its clients informed of the progress made in the execution of instructions. This is done periodically based on the nature of the brief.
Whenever an order, ruling or judgment or other decision is made in a matter, the Firm immediately communicates the decision and gives the client options on the next step.