LindsayKeller, an established and reputable Johannesburg law firm, is a leader in litigation services in South Africa.
Our firm has been at the forefront of legal developments for more than 70 years and has distinguished itself in insurance litigation for insurers and the Road Accident Fund (RAF).
LindsayKeller also sets the pace in litigation in the labour, consumer protection, competition, aviation, criminal, estates, matrimonial, commercial and administrative fields of law. The fact that our team of attorneys is in court every week and is often involved in reported cases is testament to our exceptional work in these areas.
With dispute resolution at the heart of our services, we are adept at alternative conflict resolution, including mediation, conciliation and arbitration. Commercial work, in particular construction, company, trust and testamentary law, is another area in which we have excellent competency.
Founded in 1942, LindsayKeller has a proud history. One of our founders, IHL Lindsay, was the grandson of a delegate to the 1908 National Convention that led to the founding of the Union of South Africa.
Lindsay imported Volkswagen into South Africa shortly after World War II and set up the Lindsay Saker Volkswagen franchise. His involvement in the motor industry saw the birth of an insurance business, opening the way for the insurance and personal injury work we undertake to this day.
Our firm has been instrumental in transforming the law in various areas. The law on co-insurance clauses in large insurance contracts was rewritten as a result of the Voest-Alpine matter we were involved in, and in Chartaprops we assisted in the delineation of the liability of principals for the negligent acts of subcontractors. In Bezuidenhout, LindsayKeller affirmed the law on the vicarious liability of employers for the actions of their employees.
LindsayKeller is a firm of litigation specialists which represents corporate clients. Our attorneys regularly appear in the Lower Courts, High Courts, Supreme Court of Appeal and Constitutional Court.
Two of our partners are internationally accredited mediators who offer alternative dispute resolution services.Read more