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Chairman in South Africa: David Woodhouse
Number of lawyers: 28
Total staff complement: 57 in South Africa
Affiliated offices worldwide: 256 locations in 135 countries, including 45 in Africa
Languages: English, Afrikaans, IsiZulu, IsiXhosa and SeSotho

Firm Overview:
Andersen in South Africa, formerly Tabacks, is a legal and tax firm, offering multinational clients a single port of call for advisory services from more than 7,000 professionals in 256 locations worldwide, including 45 African countries, via the member and collaborating firms in the Andersen Global network.
Andersen Global is an international association of legally separate, independent member firms comprised of legal and tax professionals around the world.
Andersen in South Africa has practices in the disciplines of Competition, Corporate Mergers and Acquisitions, Employment, Environmental Health and Safety, Litigation and Dispute Resolution, Tax, and Regulatory Compliance.
The firm’s professionals operate in the key industries of agriculture, education, financial services, hospitality and tourism, manufacturing and industry, technology and media, energy, mining and infrastructure, pharmaceuticals and transport, shipping, and logistics. Its deep legal expertise, advanced technologies, and adaptive resourcing deliver agile, cost-effective and transparent solutions that are customised for specific client needs.
Built on founding principles of investing in client relationships, transparency, fairness, and value, Andersen in South Africa stands on the global firm’s core values of being the benchmark for quality in its industry, hiring the best and brightest talent and then investing in their legacy, offering objective advice that is in its clients’ best interests, and offering a seamless highest-level service, regardless of the client’s location.

PRACTICE AREAS
Competition
Corporate & Commercial
Employment
Environmental
Litigation & Dispute Resolution
Mergers & Acquisitions
Regulatory
Tax