We are delighted to introduce Leigh-Anne Agnew, partner of Fisher, Quarmby & Pfeifer. Leigh-Anne has joined International Law Referral as our exclusive Corporate Law member in Namibia.
Leigh-Anne Agnew is a partner at Fisher, Quarmby & Pfeifer, and was admitted as an attorney in 2000. She is a qualified conveyancer (property lawyer) and specialises in various areas of commercial law. She has post graduate certificate in pension fund law. Leigh-Anne has been involved in advising in several international mining matters (including the drafting of the relevant due diligence reports), as well as private equity bond listings. She also has experience in competition law. Leigh-Anne runs the intellectual property department of the firm.
Fisher, Quarmby & Pfeifer is the successor of the firm founded by Justizrat Dr Albert Stark during +- 1904 in Namibia. It is undoubtedly one of Namibia’s oldest law firms. Since its inception the main areas of specialisation have been banking law, property law, intellectual property law, business and commercial related law and civil litigation. The firm is pro-active, service driven and experienced. Without limitation the firm has vast experience in various fields including inter alia mining law, commercial and company law, financial intelligence laws, competition law, insolvency law, employment benefit law.
If you have a requirement in this area, please get in touch with Leigh-Anne directly or with the International Referral head office for an introduction.