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Mobile legal research is the future
LEXIS NEXIS
Mobile legal research with its ease of access, convenience and user-friendly formats, is gaining momentum in South Africa and looks set to significantly change the way legal professionals work in...
 
 
23 Feb 2017
 
Arbitration Awards: Stuck in a Time Warp
FASKEN MARTINEAU
The question of whether or not arbitration awards issued by the CCMA and the bargaining councils prescribe three years after they are issued in terms of the Prescription Act, 1969 has given rise to...
 
 
20 Feb 2017
 
Conciliation – Arbitration [Con/Arb]: - ‘A Hybrid Process’
SA LABOUR GUIDE
PREMIER FOODS (PTY) LTD (NELSPRUIT) v COMMISSION FOR CONCILIATION, MEDIATION AND ARBITRATION and GLEN CORMACK N.O. and MAROPENG STEWARD LEKOKOTLA (case no: JR 2103 / 12) (8 November 2016), before...
 
 
14 Feb 2017
 
 
 
Basic Education Rights Handbook – Section27
RECOMMENDATION
Legal literacy is an essential tool of rights-based struggles. Legal literacy seeks to empower people and communities without any formal legal training to know and understand the law and its...
 
 
30 Jan 2017
 
Does Management Prerogative Still Exist In SA?
LLMC
Due to the vagaries of our labour laws employers and employees are often confused about the meaning of numerous legal terms found in the Labour Relations Act (LRA) Employment Equity Act (EEA),...
 
 
12 Dec 2016
 
The necessity of reducing licensing agreements to writing
LEXIS NEXIS
In terms of South African law, there is no obligation to have a trade mark licence agreement reduced to writing. There are, however, many practical advantages to doing so, particularly when it...
 
 
11 Nov 2016
 
Law plays critical role in advancing public health
LEXIS NEXIS
HIV is a daily reality for over 6 million South Africans, therefore, law professionals can – and must – play an active role in the fight against the epidemic by advising those that are infected and...
 
 
10 Nov 2016
 
Double trouble: Consulting for a fair retrenchment
LEXIS NEXIS
Most employers and employees have a broad understanding that the fairness of a dismissal rests on both a substantive and a procedural leg. On the one hand, substantive unfairness, in broad strokes,...
 
 
28 Oct 2016
 
05 Oct 2016
 
How can online legal research save you time? Young lawyers share their insights
LEXIS NEXIS
Legal careers are time sensitive and highly pressurised and that means there is little margin for error. As demands heighten, a new breed of legal professionals have come to recognise and...
 
 
11 Aug 2016
 
An evaluation on the draft Debt Collectors Amendment Bill 2016
LEXIS NEXIS
The preamble of the draft Debt Collectors Amendment Bill states that recent court cases and media reports have highlighted the flagrant abuses prevalent in the collection of debt. It is therefore...
 
 
25 Jul 2016
 
The ambit of the omnibus
KISCH IP
A review of omnibus claims in South African Patent Law is warranted, in particular, in light of recent Australian case law dealing with omnibus claims (Rickitt Benckiser vs. GlaxoSmithKline {2015}...
 
 
14 Jul 2016
 
Invaluable Book Released for Labour Law Practitioners
LEXIS NEXIS
The Labour Court roll is dominated by review applications. A review application is the result of a party’s unhappiness with the award from the CCMA or bargaining council. The disgruntled party’s...
 
 
11 Jul 2016
 
Foreign investors seeking to do business in South Africa should note the exchange control regulations
BOWMAN GILFILLAN
Corporates seeking to do business in South Africa and/or with South African counterparties, whether in the context of cross-border financing transactions or otherwise, should take cognisance of the...
 
 
07 Jul 2016
 
May employees on probation be dismissed for lesser forms of misconduct?
LABOURWISE
Putting new employees on probation is an accepted practice endorsed by the Code of Good Practice: Dismissal [clause 8(1)]. According to the Code, the purpose of probation “is to give the employer...
 
 
 
                       
 
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