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Pistorius Appeal: Kannigan talks to ANN7
Meet the Professionals
Kim obtained her LLB in 2010 and commenced articles at the Associate Law Firm Lanham-Love Attorneys in 2011. Upon her admission in 2013 she remained at the firm as an associate specializing in Banking Law, Commercial Litigation, Insolvency and Collections until the advent of KANNIGAN LANHAM-LOVE ATTORNEYS “KLL” in 2014.
Bobby has practised extensively in the fields of Commercial Litigation, Insolvency, Property Related matters and Business Rescue.
Mrs. Johné Otto, joined the firm in 2016 as a Conveyancer. She studied at the Rand Afrikaans University before graduating in 2004. She was admitted as an attorney in May 2006 and as Conveyancer in January 2007. Before joining our firm…
In The News
- 3 November 2015
ANN7 – Vuka Africa – 3 November 2015 Analysis on the Oscar Pistorius Appeal and the legal issues the State has to overcome in order to succeed with the Appeal on Vuka Africa with anchors Abigail Visagie and Peter Van…
- 20 October 2015
Oscar Pistorius was released on Monday night from the Kgosi Mampuru Prison after serving 11 months of his five year jail term. Pistorius will remain under house arrest until 2019, but what happens next? Kimmona Kannigan of Kannigan Lanham-Love Attorneys…
- 9 December 2014
Kimmona Kannigan of Kannigan Lanham-Love Attorneys provides analysis on the State’s potential appeal of the culpable homicide conviction on the Pistorius case with anchor Peter Stemmet Footage courtesy ANN7