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21 January 2017
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18 Feb 2016
 
 
LexisNexis Launches ‘Rules of the CCMA and the Labour Courts, 4th Edition’
LEXISNEXIS
The CCMA Rules were substantially changed with effect from 1 April 2015. Twenty-nine Rules were amended and four new rules added. New Arbitration Guidelines on Misconduct were also issued by the...
 
 
06 May 2011
 
 
 
Construction, motor vehicle sectors likely to attract most complaints under CPA
Consumer Protection
Technology law specialist firm Hahn & Hahn partner Janusz Luterek, who is also a professional engineer believes that the construction, motor vehicles and cellular telephones sectors are likely to...
 
 
CPA imposes strict liability on suppliers
Consumer Protection
Manufacturers, importers, distributors and suppliers should beware as the new Consumer Protection Act (CPA) imposes liability without fault and strict liability, says June Marks Attorneys MD June...
 
 
Indirect implications of the CPA must be considered
Consumer Protection
Besides the short-term effect of the Consumer Protection Act (CPA) on businesses the long-term implications and indirect effects of the CPA should also be considered, says author of ‘A Guide to the...
 
 
The exposure of suppliers for product liability claims
Consumer Protection
The new Consumer Protection Act is particularly far reaching, extending to almost all areas of supply of goods and services in South Africa, says law firm Eversheds partner Simone Monty.
 
 
 
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