Specialist Employment Law Attorneys
solomonholmes are specialists in employment law. Focusing exclusively on this area of practice our attorneys have an in depth knowledge of their field and provide practical, efficient solutions to clients
Solomonholmes are a specialist firm of attorneys offering advice in employment law across all sectors of the economy – from mining to tourism, agriculture to IT, government, parastatals and NGO’s.
At solomonholmes, we believe that in a complex regulatory environment such as South Africa, employers require advice from specialist attorneys who not only have an in-depth knowledge of their field, but are able to provide practical and efficient solutions to every day operational issues. We offer our clients the benefit of a full service employment law practice ranging from restraints of trade to wage negotiations, strike management to dismissal procedures – see our services for more information.
As such you will find that the attorneys at solomonholmes have all had substantial experience in the practical application of employment law. We understand the rigours of the workplace and are able to provide solutions to fit your changing needs. Labour and employment issues can often prove disruptive to the conduct of normal business and at solomonholmes we strive to ensure our clients arrive at an effective resolution with minimum interruption to operations.
Whatever kind of employer you are we will be able to assist. If you have an enquiry or need to know more about our services please contact us.
Kathleen Holmes B.Soc.Sci. LLB
Luvuyo Nowalaza BA. LLB.
Luvuyo Nowalaza obtained his BA and LLB degrees at Wits University in 2007 and 2010 respectively. After obtaining his LLB degree, he joined the Labour Court where he worked with various senior Judges at the Labour Appeal Court until he was assigned to work with Judge Lagrange, Labour Court permanent Judge in 2011. While working with Judge Lagrange, he also worked with various permanent and acting judges.
Mr Nowalaza was also appointed to be the member of the Legal Committee of the Reserve Force Council until he was appointed as its Chairman in July 2017. He has represented the Committee at the Confederation of International Reserve Officers (CIOR) conferences in Denmark, Germany, Spain and Bulgaria.
He left the Labour Court after working for the Office of the Chief Justice for 9 years to do his articles with solomonholmes attorneys, a specialist employment law firm.
Nombulelo Myeni BA. LLB.
Nombulelo Myeni is a candidate attorney, having completed her BA degree in 2015 and her LLB degree in 2017 at Rhodes University. She joined solomonholmes Attorneys in January 2018.
Bonolo Mafa LLB.
Bonolo Mafa is a candidate attorney, having completed her LLB degree in 2017 at Nelson Mandela University. She joined SolomonHolmes Attorneys in December 2018.
Employment Law News
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