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About us

Trade Law Chambers is rated as the leading international trade law firm in South Africa. We specialise in international trade, corporate, commercial and investment law as well as dispute resolution related to these fields.  Through our association with Geldenhuys Joubert Attorneys we deliver unparalleled legal advice on international and domestic legal issues.

Our professionals at Trade Law Chambers are admitted attorneys with Geldenhuys Joubert Attorneys. Trade Law Chambers provides the medium through which our attorneys provide legal advice to our clients in the international market whilst our attorneys provide domestic legal advice through Geldenhuys Joubert Attorneys.

Our clients include local, foreign and multinational businesses, non-governmental stakeholders, business associations as well as domestic and foreign government departments and agencies and regional organisations. We have years of experience in the agricultural, financial services, energy, food, beverage, tobacco, maunufacturing, mining, private equity, technology and services industries. 

Our lawyers' extensive experience in their specialisations will ensure that we provide you with the best support for your business endeavours. Our experience within Africa is unmatched.

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Expiry of anti-dumping duties

30 Aug 2016
The International Trade Administration Commission of South Africa (ITAC) recently published a notice in terms of which several SACU industries are called upon to show good cause why the current anti-dumping duties in force should not expire in 2017.
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Brexit Discussion

06 Jul 2016
Trade Law Chambers in collaboration with Rand Merchant Bank will be hosting a discussion on the trade implications of Brexit and what the vote holds for South African business as well as the African market midst this uncertainty.
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Angola ratifies New York Convention on Foreign Arbitral Awards

18 Aug 2016
Angola acceded to the New York Convention on the Recognition and Enforcement of Foreign Arbitral Awards (1958) on 12 August 2016, becoming its 157th Contracting State Party.
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Brexit Scenarios for South Africa

28 Jun 2016
Following the United Kingdom’s (UK) vote to leave the European Union (EU) on 23 June 2016, the UK is faced with a few possible scenarios. These scenarios would then also affect South Africa.
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