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25 June 2017
Legal Briefs
 
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21 Jun 2017
 
 
Hogan Lovells makes its mark on Africa
HOGAN LOVELLS
Global law firm Hogan Lovells identified Africa as part of its growth strategy, and it partnered with Boomtown to successfully make its mark on the continent. Building measurement tactics into each...
 
 
20 Jun 2017
 
Keep your finger on the pulse with ever-changing regulations.
SABINET
2017 Reducing liability and business risk in an ever-changing environment can be challenging for most organisations. No matter what industry your business is in, compliance is an essential part of...
 
 
‘Radical Economic Transformation’ in the mining sector may prove unconstitutional
FASKEN MARTINEAU
The new “top-up” provision in the latest Mining Charter gazetted on 15 June 2017 may prove to be unconstitutional, and may lead to further expensive legal action by the industry, writes Nicola...
 
 
Over half of EU-27 skilled workers employed by FTSE 250 companies likely to leave the UK before Brexit
BAKER MCKENZIE
More than half of EU-27 skilled workers employed by companies either in the FTSE 250 or with a revenue of over £50 million are likely to leave the UK before the outcome of the Brexit negotiations...
 
 
15 Jun 2017
 
What's right with the new copyright amendment bill?
KISCH IP
Well, not much…but, a lot more this time around. The Copyright Amendment Bill was first published in 2015 for public comment, and was predominantly met with a large amount of criticism. Whilst it...
 
 
07 Jun 2017
 
How to deal with disability vs. medical incapacity
LABOUR WISE
In a previous contribution we discussed an employer’s obligations where an employee becomes temporarily incapacitated due to ill health. In this contribution the focus falls on the distinction...
 
 
05 Jun 2017
 
Can former employees refer Unfair Labour Practice and Unfair Discrimination disputes?
SA LABOUR GUIDE
Employers have often relied on the definitions of “employee” contained in the Labour Relations Act (“the LRA”) and the Employment Equity Act (“the EEA”) in order to prevent former employees from...
 
 
Jumping on the Trade Mark Bandwagon
KISCH IP
It is safe to say that by this stage almost everyone in the world knows the name “Trump” and that the US President Donald Trump’s eldest daughter’s name is Ivanka. It was recently reported in the...
 
 
 
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