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International Comparative Legal Guide: Insurance & Reinsurance 2020

31 Jul 2021
BY Angela Itzikowitz , Matthew Morrison , Rob Scott AND Zara Sher

A practical cross-border insight into insurance and reinsurance law.
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Miley Cyrus: aside from her musical talent, she has made a contribution to trade mark law

30 Jul 2021
BY Fae Hassan

Possibly the most confusing issue in trade mark law is this: when are two trade marks confusingly similar?
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Champagne: is Russia really Putin the boot in?

30 Jul 2021
BY André J Maré

A comment posted on social media last week in South Africa said, “It is only a Coup when it originates from the Coup d'état region in France.
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Trade mark stats: not as boring as you might think

30 Jul 2021
BY Rowan Forster

The analytics company Clarivate recently published some trade mark filing statistics that tell us quite a bit.
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Who is liable for infringing copyright? The YouTube case

30 Jul 2021
BY Delene Bertasso

The liability of online platforms relating to infringing IP material that appears on their platforms is an interesting topic.
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Africa tax in brief

27 Jul 2021
BY Celia Becker

ATAF issues statement on revised two-pillar solution on taxing digital economy
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Employers must follow fair procedure, even in cases of serious misconduct

27 Jul 2021
BY Prencess Mohlahlo AND Naledi Raseote

A recent Constitutional Court judgment is an important reminder to employers that employees must be granted a fair opportunity to ventilate their case at a disciplinary hearing.
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Requiring that an employee speaks a specific language or be of a specific nationality: unfair discrimination or an inherent requirement of the job?

27 Jul 2021
BY Itayi Gwaunza AND Pareen Rogers

Can an employer require its employees to speak a specific language or to be of a specific nationality as an inherent requirement of the job?
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South Africa (industries outside mining): Invitation of Public Comments on Draft Pressure Equipment Regulations, 2021 (for applicable workplaces that fall within the Occupational Health and Safety Act, 1993)

27 Jul 2021
BY Willem le Roux , Pieter Colyn , Celeste Coles , Gerhardt Ehlers , Juanita Broom , Tyla Foster AND Warren Hendricks

On 9 July 2021, Notice No. 606 was published in Government Gazette No. 44822, inviting the public submit comments on the Draft Pressure Equipment Regulations, 2021
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Africa Business In Brief

issue 410 | 25 Jul 2021

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MACIG Southern Africa 2021

23 Jul 2021
BY Ntsiki Adonisi-Kgame

MACIG Southern Africa 2021 Digital Report
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Time to update your KYC documentation for GBC2s

20 Jul 2021
BY Adrien Wong AND Nashenta Vuddamalay Zindel

Through the Finance (Miscellaneous Provisions) Act 2018, Mauritius has made substantial legislative reforms to its financial services sector, and more specifically, its global business regime
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An employee does not have to be caught red-handed in an act of misconduct to be found culpable

20 Jul 2021
BY Itayi Gwaunza AND Claire Nolan

A group of 50 striking employees confront their manager in his office. An altercation ensues, which culminates in the manager being violently assaulted.
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Employer, you missed the vaccine risk assessment deadline. Now what?

20 Jul 2021
BY Lauren Salt AND Jessie Moore

The updated Consolidated Direction on Occupational Health and Safety Measures in certain Workplaces gave employers until 2 July 2021 to undertake or update their risk assessments
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Another TERS extension with payments made directly to employees

20 Jul 2021
BY Lauren Salt AND Jessie Moore

In light of the recent Adjusted Alert Level 4 restrictions, the TERS has officially been extended once again for certain affected employees. The new claim period is from 16 March 2021 to 25 July 2021
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