Routledge Modise Inc plays key role in franchising
Ian Jacobsberg, as a team leader at Routledge Modise Inc., who has been actively involved in the franchising sector since 1997, was recently nominated Chairman Elect of the Franchise Association of South Africa. "Our franchising team acts for numerous South African and international household names in the franchising industry," says Jacobsberg. "A thorough understanding of current and new legislation and continuous development of legal expertise puts us at the cutting edge and gives us the ability to foresee your legal problems and address them before they arise.
Routledge Modise Inc. is one of the largest full-service law firms in the country, with a team best placed to advise and assist large corporate companies and major public sector institutions, for both locally and across international markets.
They have a record of over 120 years of providing full-service legal advice locally, within Africa and internationally, and continue to offer excellent resources, diversity of expertise and experience.
"We are a team that communicates - our lawyers meet regularly and support each other whenever the need arises. We are also a team that innovates - no other firm is so effective at delivering project management across national boundaries."
The firm has substantial commercial, litigation and property practices and provides legal advice in most areas of law. Their legal sectors include but are not limited to Construction; Education; Electronic Communications; Energy; Financial Institutions; Forensic Services; Insurance; Mining; Oil and Gas; Public; Consumer Credit; and Transport.
As one of the leading full-service law firms in South Africa they draw upon the multi-national resources of Routledge Modise to co-ordinate legal advice wherever you need it.
As progressive law firm, they are constantly on the look-out for better ways to provide creative and cost-effective legal and business solutions for our clients. Their approach is personal, combined with the highest professional standards.