As mentioned before, you need to build and maintain strong relationships with your clients.
Economy - Earlier in the year we were treated to predictions of anything between 1.8 – 2.1% economic growth in South Africa. Good news, by latter-day standards. The effect of this was an uptick in business confidence and the like.
Small law firms need to be able to assist clients with the best legal advice on a disparate range of matters - irrespective of their specific area of specialisation or expertise. This requires access to a comprehensive legal library and up to date legal resources, enabling practitioners to conduct research as required.
Software as a service company, e4, has launched BondTracker, a mobile business app, designed to facilitate efficiency in tracking and communicating progress when registering a property.
Africa’s heightened economic momentum is widely recognised, with the continent now well entrenched as one of the favoured global destinations for investment opportunities and doing business.
The genie slowly coalesces out of the lamp and addresses his finders.
It is widely accepted that niche legal practices are more sustainable than general purpose law firms.
This week past I came across an Assistant Registrar of Deeds poring over a case in which the presiding judge had a really unpleasant things to say about the Johannesburg Registrar of Deeds. This case, I believe, will lead to changes that will be made in our deeds registration procedure.