Nicqui Galaktiou is the founder and director of NGInc. She started her legal career in 1997 and she was admitted as an attorney in 1999 when she also became a member of the Law Society of the Northern Provinces. She completed her articles at a medium-sized law firm and during her 18 years became a director and the Chief Operating Officer whilst also heading the Commercial, Litigation and Dispute Resolution Department.
Nicqui has worked on matters internationally and in South Africa for international clients. Nicqui represented both public and private companies, Heads of State, political parties, celebrities and high-profile entrepreneurs.
Nicqui has extensive experience in matters involving motions, trials, dispute resolution and arbitrations. Her experience involves legal services which include:
- Media Law – including appearances before the Press Council of South Africa, the Press Appeals Panel and the Broadcasting Complaints Commission;
- Commercial Litigation – in various industries including IT, engineering, construction, telecommunications and property;
- Bankruptcy & Insolvency Enquiries – including liquidations & sequestration’s;
- Defamation and Damages Actions;
- Business Fraud, Bribery and Corruption – including matters involving the US Foreign Corrupt Practices Act and the UK Bribery Act;
- Employment Law including Restraints of Trade and Disciplinary Disputes; and
- Tax Law.
Nicqui’s years of invaluable experience and involvement in high profile and complex matters has greatly contributed to her success and prominence in the legal fraternity making her one of the most influential and well respected female attorneys in South Africa. She is a member of WOLELA (Women Leading in Law), the IWF (International Women’s Forum), BWASA (the Business Women’s Association of South Africa) and a by-invitation only global network for business women. Nicqui was also requested to be one of the esteemed judges at the 2016 Elle Boss Awards.
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- BA Degree (University of the Witwatersrand)
- LLB Degree (University of South Africa)
- Higher Diploma in Company Law (University of the Witwatersrand)
- Admitted in terms of section 4 (2) of the Right of Appearance in Courts Act, 1995