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

Following extensive negotiations, the Council of the European Union (EU) formally adopted the Corporate Sustainability Due Diligence Directive (the CS3D) on 24 May 2024.  Once fully implemented, both EU and non-EU companies, as well as their ‘upstream’ and ‘downstream’ value chains (or “chain of activities”), will be subject to mandatory human rights

Co-authored by Heidi Davis

In a recent decision, the Labour Appeal Court (LAC), has clarified the jurisdiction of the Labour Court (the LC) in dealing with unlawful conduct during strikes.

The LAC upheld the Labour Court’s decision that section 68(1)(b) covers compensation for any unlawful conduct during a strike, whether the strike is protected or

This blog was co-authored by candidate attorney Eric Geldenhuys and Adrienne Cloete.

In February 2024, the Supreme Court of Appeal, in Lindsey v Conteh, considered the enforceability of foreign judgments in South Africa. The appellants sought to enforce two writs, one for possession of shares and one for execution of the monetary value of

Access to drivers license numbers through an insurers “instant quote” website feature was held confirmed by a US appeal court to be no foundation for a claim for breach of privacy obligations because the claimants failed to show any concrete injury traceable or even possibly traceable to the disclosure. A complainant must plausibly allege concrete

In the rapidly evolving world of legal practice, artificial intelligence (AI) has begun to play an instrumental role, offering promising opportunities to streamline research, facilitate case analysis, and improve efficiency. However, a recent magistrates court case, Parker v Forsyth N.O. & Others, serves as a pivotal reminder of the need to use these tools

In February 2023 the Labour Court delivered judgment in a review of an arbitration award of the CCMA. The employees concerned were charged and dismissed for gross insubordination when they refused to obey the instruction of their manager to work overtime. The CCMA found the dismissals to be substantively fair.

During evidence at the arbitration

The Federal Court of Australia found in March 2023 that a claim under a Directors & Officers Policy was excluded because the director had gained personal advantage from his wrongful act to which he was not legally entitled when he concealed information to avoid cancellation of a contract held with another company owned and controlled