Nadia Mather is a director at Tabacks in the Corporate and Commercial Litigation department and specialises in both Corporate and Commercial Law as well as Litigation.
Corporate and Commercial areas of practice include advising on M&A and corporate restructuring. Nadia is also experienced in drafting and negotiating a range of commercial agreements and conducting due diligence investigations
Litigation areas of expertise include contractual disputes, corporate disputes (with focus on shareholder rights), competition law disputes, insolvency and other general commercial dispute resolution
Nadia has advised both private and listed clients across a wide range of industries including mining and mineral processing, solar energy, construction, property, manufacturing, intellectual property, entertainment, and advertising.
Nadia did her articles at a notable firm in Johannesburg and was admitted as an attorney in 2011. After working at a boutique law firm specialising in the Corporate and Commercial Law and Litigation, she joined Tabacks as a director in 2016.
Rendered legal, merger, transactional and commercial advice to a global client relating to the acquisition of a business in the perishable freight forwarding industry
Successfully litigating high profile reported case in the Competition Tribunal for a multinational client in the advertising industry
Advising on and implementing the corporate restructure for a notable client in the steel industry
B.Com, University of Witwatersrand (2007)
LLB (with distinction), University of Witwatersrand (2009)
Advanced Company Law I, University of Witwatersrand (2012)
Advanced Company Law II, University of Witwatersrand (2012)