Rosalind Davey is a Partner at corporate law firm Bowman Gilfillan and obtained BA and LLB degrees from the University of Natal and was admitted as an attorney in 2002.
Rosalind Davey is a Partner at corporate law firm Bowman Gilfillan.
She obtained BA and LLB degrees from the University of Natal and was admitted as an attorney in 2002. She was later appointed as a partner within the Employment Practice area in 2008. Rosalind has extensive experience in various areas of general Employment Law, more especially in the provision of advice and opinions on: the Basic Conditions of Employment Act; retrenchments, performance management, disciplinary hearings and arbitrations.
Rosalind regularly acts for a number of large corporate clients in the mining and road-freight industries on matters relating to employment litigation which includes urgent applications, interdicts, reviews, dismissal disputes, arbitrations and general litigation. In addition, Rosalind assists and advises clients on a wide range of non-litigious employment law matters and matters of a commercial nature with employment implications such as strategic planning, restructuring and outsourcing.