Kay has more than three decades experience in administrative, constitutional and procurement law, property and construction law and commercial litigation, having represented clients in high profile cases before several High Courts, the Land Claims Court, the Supreme Court of Appeal and the Constitutional Court.
He is nationally acknowledged as an expert in town planning and environmental law, relating to municipal implementation of zoning and town planning regulations and the National Building Act. He has advised clients on dispute resolution pertaining to high value commercial contracts, corporate disputes and insolvencies.
He has advised local authorities and SOE’s in legislative drafting and streamlining procurement procedures to comply with the legislative amendments and constitutional court judgments.
Kay is a registered liquidator with the Master of the High Court and is a member of the Environmental Lawyers Association and the Society of Construction Law Africa.
Kay is a commissioner in the Durban Small Claims Court, which is a voluntary and unpaid service to the community. He previously lectured to Candidate Attorneys at the Practical Legal Training School in liquidation and court craft.