Upcoming Events

 

Nortons Inc Presents The Autumn Webinar Series

Excessive and predatory pricing by dominant firms. 

Date: 14th May 2018
Time: 16h30 to 18h00 SAST
Presenters: Anthony Norton and Avias Ngwenya (Nortons) and Greg Harman and John Lisle (FTI)

Mergers between rival players, key considerations in merger analysis and what makes the difference between success and failure.

Date: 28th May 2018
Time: 16h30 to 18h00 SAST
Presenters: Anthony Norton and Avias Ngwenya (Nortons) and Cristina Caffarra (CRA)

Implications of cartel conduct for business and business executives.

Date: 4 June 2018
Time: 16h30 to 18h00 SAST
Presenters: Anthony Norton and Avias Ngwenya (Nortons) and Patrick Smith (RBB Economics)

Pricing conduct on big tech platforms – the role and limits of competition policy.

Date: 7 June 2018
Time: 11h00 to 12h00 SAST
Presenters: Anthony Norton and Avias Ngwenya (Nortons) and Neil Dryden (Compass Lexecon)

Market Inquiries: the powers of the regulator and the implications for business at large.

Date: 18 June 2018
Time: 16h30 to 18h00 SAST
Presenters: Anthony Norton and Avias Ngwenya (Nortons) and Meg Guerin-Calvert (Compass Lexecon)


ICC FraudNet Conference on Fraud, Asset Recovery & Cross-Border Cooperation

26 March 2015

  • HOW CAN THE REPUTATION AND REALITY OF CORRUPTION IN AFRICA BE REVERSED?
  • HOW CAN FRAUDSTERS BE PREVENTED FROM USING THE GLOBAL FINANCIAL SYSTEM TO STEAL BY STEALTH AND HIDE THEIR LOOT?
  • INTERNATIONAL EXPERTS PLACE A SPOTLIGHT ON FINANCIAL FRAUD ON THE AFRICAN CONTINENT

CAPE TOWN, South Africa – 26 March 2015

Experts who have tracked down assets stolen in some of the world’s largest frauds, are gathering in Stellenbosch from 25 March to 27 March to put the spotlight on the state of financial crime and asset recovery on the African continent.  The International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) through its Commercial Crimes Division, FraudNet, together with South African law firm Nortons Incorporated, is co-sponsoring this first “ICC FraudNet Conference” ever to be held on the African continent.  Nortons’ leaders in the field, together with other experts from the world’s leading asset recovery legal network, ICC FraudNet, will apply their collective African and international expertise to the following subjects:

  • Fraud and Corruption in Africa
  • A Regional Perspective: Tackling Fraud, Bribery & Corruption in Africa
  • Coordinating International Asset Recovery: Practical Approaches and Case Studies
  • Asset Recovery in Grand Corruption Cases: Approaches, Challenges and Case Studies

Nortons Incorporated is inviting its clients and members of the media to attend this conference which will be held in English and which will feature various well-known CEOs, such as the CEO of the South African Chamber of Commerce and Industry and Corruption Watch, along with anti-corruption officials from Kenya and Nigeria, and FraudNet asset recovery lawyers from South Africa, Nigeria, Angola, Mauritius, and France, Switzerland, Canada and the United States.

About Fraudnet

FraudNet is an international network of independent lawyers who are the leading civil asset recovery specialists in each country. FraudNet’s membership extends to every continent and the world’s major economies, as well as leading offshore wealth havens that have complex bank secrecy laws and institutions where the proceeds of fraud often are hidden. Founded in 2004 by the Paris-based International Chamber of Commerce (ICC), the world’s business organization, FraudNet operates under the auspices of the ICC’s London-based Commercial Crime Services unit. Fraudnet has once once again been ranked as a “Fraud Leading Legal Networks”, Band 1 by Chambers and Global.

Nortons Inc. is a boutique services firm specialising in all aspects of regulatory law, such as competition law, consumer protection, forensic auditing, white collar crime and fraud.  The firm represents a number of high-profile, multinational corporations with Anglo American, Apple, Aspen Pharmaceuticals, BP, Caxton, Scaw Metals, Absa Bank, De Beers, Pick ‘n Pay, Kumba Iron Ore, Netcare, Puma Energy, Tsogo Sun, Daimler, Imperial, Google, Merck & Co, Times Media Limited, PepsiCo, Sasol and Warner Bros. Entertainment being just some of the household names on the firm’s list of clients.


 

 

PUBLIC PROCUREMENT AND TENDER AWARDS: UNLAWFUL AND ILLEGAL PRACTICES ASSOCIATED WITH TENDER PROCESSES

09 MAY 2014

Hyatt Regency Johannesburg
191 Oxford Road, Rosebank, Johannesburg

SPEAKERS AND PANEL MEMBERS:

Neren Rau (CEO – SACCI)
Advocate Glynnis Breytenbach (Former Senior Deputy Director of Public Prosecutions in the Pretoria Regional Office for the Specialised Commercial Crime Unit)
Kenneth Brown (Chief Procurement Officer – National Treasury)
Steven Budlender (Advocate of the High Court)
Andreas Coutsoudis (Advocate of the High Court)
Luke Kelly (Advocate of the High Court)
David Lewis (CEO – Corruption Watch)
Mike Hellens SC (Advocate of the High Court)
Vincent Maleka SC (Advocate of the High Court)
Gilbert Marcus SC (Advocate of the High Court)
Anthony Norton (Director – Nortons Inc.)
John Oxenham (Director – Nortons Inc.)
Anton Roets (Director – Nortons Inc.)
David Unterhalter SC (Advocate of the High Court)

TO REGISTER: Contact Carina Basson at 011 666 7567 or carina@nortonsinc.com by 02 May 2014.

Sponsor

PUBLIC PROCUREMENT AND TENDER AWARDS: UNLAWFUL AND ILLEGAL PRACTICES ASSOCIATED WITH TENDER PROCESSES PROGRAMME

Download the Programme PDF here.