First day of the Department of Labour's inquiry into the M1 bridge collapse kicks off with the two companies at the centre of the probe unable to agree on who is responsible for the structure's design.

Tuesday, 14 October 2014 07:16

Richard Hoal

Richard Hoal

Richard is a partner in the construction, engineering and infrastructure practice. He has practiced as an admitted attorney in South Africa for seventeen years and has developed a unique speciality in construction and project work and tender disputes. Richard heads up the Construction, Engineering and Infrastructure Law Team at Cox Yeats.

He also focuses on all aspects of Business Law. Richard is a committee member of the Association of Arbitrators of Southern Africa and conducts adjudications and arbitrations in the field of Construction and Engineering Law and Business Law.

He is a member of the International Bar Association Committee on International Construction Projects. He is also a member of the Maritime Lawyers Association and a Commissioner in the Small
Claims Court. He joined the firm in 1998.

Areas of speciality:

  • Construction Law
  • Business Law
  • Empowerment and Transformation
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