This blog was co-authored by Katelyn-mae Carter, candidate attorney at Norton Rose Fulbright South Africa.

In this case Upington City Football Club filed an urgent application for an interim interdict to prevent the National Soccer League (NSL) from holding promotion and relegation playoffs pending the outcome of the application.

The case revolved around the NSL

Co-authored by candidate attorney, Katelyn-mae Carter

On 26 March 2024, the Supreme Court for England and Wales reviewed the legal principles applicable in assessing damages in mixed injury claims in terms of English law.

The two claims arose in the County Court in Birkenhead where the two claimants were involved in road traffic accidents which

On 17 April 2024, the Solicitors Regulation Authority in England and Wales (the SRA) and a personal injury solicitor, reached an agreement regarding the outcome of an investigation by the SRA.

On 18 October 2021, the solicitor, who was representing a client in a personal injury litigation, was emailed two different settlement offers by the

This blog was co-authored by Lesego Molosiana, Candidate Attorney.

In Sibongile Ngcobo v Dr L.F. Oelofse, an interim payment application in terms of High Court Rule 34A (hereafter ‘Rule 34A’) was brought by the plaintiff seeking interim compensation for personal injury damages.

Rule34A provides that the accompanying affidavit to the application ought to:


This blog was co-authored by Raees Halim, Candidate Attorney

In NDB obo JWK v Road Accident Fund, evidence was led to assess loss of future earnings of the plaintiff’s minor son, who sustained dire injuries from a motor vehicle collision five years before. Each party’s respective industrial psychologist experts could not agree on the