This blog was drafted by: Tameez Casoo, candidate attorney

The Constitutional Court judgment in the case of Land Access Movement of South Africa and Others v Chairperson of the National Council of Provinces and Others 2016 (10) BCLR 1277 (CC) (LAMOSA) has had an effect on restitution claims lodged between 1 July 2014

This blog was co-authored by: Felix Le Roux, candidate attorney and Donald Dinnie, director

Recently, plaintiffs in medical malpractice litigation involving cerebral palsy have sought to advance the theory that acute profound brain injuries may be preceded by an intermittent deprivation of oxygen to the brain in the hours leading up to delivery.  This theory,

This blog was co-authored by: Allison Williams, Director and Bongekile Gasa, Candidate Attorney.

The term trademark law refers to a branch of intellectual property law which differentiates between different goods and services through providers’ independent use of brand names, slogans, logos or other non-traditional mark. The term trademark can be described as a sign capable

Medical Brief recently published an article written by Donald Dinnie and Rethabile Shabalala. They write that being registered as a health practitioner under the Health Professions Act of 1974 confers certain rights and privileges and corresponding to these rights and privileges are the ethical duties a health practitioner owes to individuals and society.

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This blog was co-authored by Hlonela Mayosi and Heidi Davis, associate designates

A recent decision in the Constitutional Court has provided legal certainty on the application of section 193(2)(b) of the Labour Relations Act, 1995 (the LRA), which relates to reinstatement of employees as the primary remedy when a court or tribunal declares a dismissal

This blog was co-authored by Shawn Barnett, Director and Hishaam Khan, Candidate Attorney

On 20 October 2021 the Supreme Court of Appeal upheld the appeal of JP Markets (Pty) Limited against an order of the High Court which placed it in liquidation.  The SCA found that it was not just and equitable to place JP