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Fate of trademarks in failure

18 Aug 2020
BY Ilse du Plessis
The SA publishing industry has been hit by two bomb shells, leading to speculation about the future of many much loved magazine titles.
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Clarity on law of contract

18 Aug 2020
BY Aslam Moosajee
0n June 17 2020, the Constitutional Court handed down an important judgment, Beadica 231 CC and Others v Trustees
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Placing holds on accounts

18 Aug 2020
BY Aslam Moosajee, Shenaaz Munga
0n June 8 2020, the high court in Pretoria handed down judgment in Moyo v The Standard Bank of SA Ltd
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Farmers' water rights and the law

17 Aug 2020
BY James Brand
Water is an economic enabler and ensuing that it is used wgere it wll have the most benefit is key to the griculture sector and maintaining food security
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Pandemic alert: Are your affairs in order?

17 Aug 2020
BY Deon Beachen
Deon Beachen reminds us of our estate planning obligations
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What's with the price gouging?

17 Aug 2020
BY Palesa Mpe
COVID 19 has brought with it some legal devel opments in South Africa.
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Extension of the TERS: some clarity at last on who can claim benefits

14 Aug 2020
BY Lauren Salt
The UIF will start processing these benefits from Monday, 17 August 2020.
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A pyrrhic victory: The Constitutional Court attempt to limit the 30% deposit rule for Tax Appeal Tribunal matters

11 Aug 2020
BY Celia Becker, Phillip Karugaba
A recent decision by the Constitutional Court in Fuelex Uganda Ltd v URA, shows that the requirement for a taxpayer to pay 30% of a disputed tax as a condition to objecting against an assessment, wa…
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Sustainable finance and the South African financial services sector

11 Aug 2020
BY Jessica Blumenthal, James Brand, Dalit Anstey
National Treasury’s draft technical paper: “Financing a Sustainable Economy” (“the technical paper”), published in May 2020, is a recognition by South Africa’s regulators of the potential impact of c…
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Employers beware: POPIA and consequent liabilities for employers

11 Aug 2020
BY Suemeya Hanif, Nicole Gabryk, Era Gunning
Non-compliance with the Protection of Personal Information Act, 2013 can have serious and unintended consequences for employers.
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Can our environmental laws protect our marine ecosystem from oil spills?

07 Aug 2020
BY Valentine Mayer
Mauritius may be experiencing its first major oil spill and a potential ecological catastrophe following the running aground of the MV Wakashio on 25 July 2020.
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Transferring personal information outside of South Africa: POPIA and the implications of Schrems II

04 Aug 2020
BY Nicole Gabryk, Era Gunning
It is imperative for organisations to comply with POPIA when transferring personal information outside of South Africa.
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A 101 guide to insolvency and business rescue in Uganda

03 Aug 2020
BY Tracy Kakongi, Donald Nyakairu
Business rescue affords companies the opportunity to restructure their financial affairs and offers a more advantageous realisation of the company’s assets than would be achieved from liquidation.
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Kenya: update on the Data Commissioner’s appointment

03 Aug 2020
BY Neema Oriko, Mahesh Acharya
The Public Service Commission (the “Commission”), in compliance with the provisions of the Data Protection Act, 2019 (“DPA”), recently published a list of shortlisted candidates for the position of D…
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Handout | Interest deductibility in South Africa

29 Jul 2020
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Handout | Interest deductibility in South Africa
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