Mr Naidoo obtained his Bachelor of laws Degree (LL.B) from the prestigious University of KwaZulu Natal in 2014. After serving his articles under the watchful guidance of Singh And Associates, he was duly admitted as an attorney in 2017. Mr Naidoo possesses a dire passion for Labour and Employment Law, Business Re-structuring, the litigious aspect of commercial law, immigration law and is a force to be reckoned with in respect of the winding up of estates, debt collection and property related matters. Mr Naidoo has worked and continues to work closely with the most respected senior counsils and often finds himself embroiled in various high profile High Court, Magistrates Court and Labour Court battles.
The firm has two legal secretaries and is further closely associated with the following colleagues.
Mr Panday obtained his Bachelor of Laws Degree (LL.B) from the University of KwaZulu Natal in 2016 and was duly admitted as an Attorney of the High Court in 2019 after serving articles at Singh And Associates. Mr Panday regards the courtroom as his second home and playground. He possesses an intrinsic desire to be the country's most sought after litigant and therefore prides himself in Civil Litigation, Criminal Litigation, Child and Family Law related matters as well as representation in the CCMA and Bargaining Councils. Mr Panday has further broadened his artillery and now boasts experience in Unlawful arrests, Commercial Contracts, Entertainment Law and Alternate Dispute Resolutions.
With thirty years of experience in the field of conveyancing and property law. Her knowledge and skills go over and beyond that of a conveyancing secretary. Anitha has handled portfolios of small and larger enterprises, who is a detail orientated perfectionist that is able to deliver on agreed deadlines even whilst under pressure.
Ash Naidoo Attorneys aims to uphold and promote Black Economic Empowerment. The firm is currently led by a male Indian and as such it is according with the principles of BEE
Our client base and experience is as follows:
• Local Authorities
• Provincial State Departments
• Corporate Entities
• Small; medium and micro business entities
• General Public