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26 May 2015
Legal Briefs
 
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21 May 2015
 
 
Broad-based and employee share ownership schemes – the latest update
WERKSMANS ATTORNEYS
The Department of Trade and Industry caused wide spread uncertainty and confusion in its Notice 396 in the Government Gazette of 5 May 2015 which stated that black participants in broad based and...
 
 
20 May 2015
 
Retail sector to be rigorously investigated with new vigour
WERKSMANS ATTORNEYS
Following an authorisation by Mr Ebrahim Patel, Minister of Economic Development, the Competition Commission (“Commission”) will soon be publishing its terms of reference to launch a market inquiry...
 
 
15 May 2015
 
Complaining with a voice
WERKSMANS ATTORNEYS
It used to be that if one wished to complain about particular goods purchased or services received, one would need to wait in a queue in some dark corner of a store and argue one’s case before a...
 
 
11 May 2015
 
Constitutional Court ruling means a sea change for banks and other lenders
WERKSMANS ATTORNEYS
On 24 March 2015, the Constitutional Court handed down judgement in the case of Paulsen and Another v Slip Knot Investments 777 Proprietary Limited [2015] ZACC 5, which has altered the position of...
 
 
08 May 2015
 
Load shedding and employment law
WERKSMANS ATTORNEYS
The recent announcement of the implementation of load shedding throughout the country may have severe implications for business and labour relations. INTRODUCTION
 
 
07 May 2015
 
Organs of State not immune to Section 197 of the LRA
WERKSMANS ATTORNEYS
The Constitutional Court recently delivered a judgement in the case of City Power Ltd v Grinpal Energy Management Services (Pty) Ltd , concerning section 197 (2) of the Labour Relations Act 66 of...
 
 
21 Apr 2015
 
Complaining with a voice
Werksmans Attorneys
It used to be that if one wished to complain about particular goods purchased or services received, one would need to wait in a queue in some dark corner of a store and argue one's case before a...
 
 
20 Apr 2015
 
Employee liability regarding damages for failing to adhere to notice requirements
WERKSMANS ATTORNEYS
To what extent, if any, is an employee liable for damages for failing to adhere to the notice requirements when terminating a contract of employment? May an employer impose a penalty provision in...
 
 
 
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