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Arrest is one of the lawful methods of securing the attendance of an accused person in court. It is also the most drastic method.
Clyde & Co
South Africa is, from a COVID-19 litigation-trend perspective "behind the curve" when compared with development in other jurisdictions – probably because the virus spread from the Northern hemisphere to the Southern hemisphere.
KISCH IP
It is known to all South Africans that the trade of tobacco and alcoholic goods was banned by our government during the national state of disaster in April 2020 due to COVID-19.
ENSafrica
Following the coming into force of the new buyer power provisions of the Competition Act, 1998 (as amended) in February 2020, the Competition Commission has now issued its expected Enforcement Guidelines...
ENSafrica
The Coty v Amazon case, which we've previously written about, reached its conclusion recently.
ENSafrica
Watch the InsureTalk 2020 webinar where ENSafrica's insurance experts, Rob Scott and Matthew Morrison discuss pandemics, business interruption and the law.
ENSafrica
On 27 March 2020, we reported on a notice published by the B-BBEE Commission, permitting stakeholders to register major B-BBEE transactions and/or submit an annual B-BBEE ...
ENSafrica
On 12 May 2020, the Judge of the Commercial Division of the Supreme Court of Mauritius granted, on an urgent basis, a novel and ground-breaking interim order.
ENSafrica
There is no doubt that the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic has had a profound effect on the world and it is perhaps unsurprising that the world of intellectual property has not marched on unaffected.
ENSafrica
The Coronavirus (COVID-19) has changed the world dramatically. It has certainly changed business, with many of us now having to work from home.
ENSafrica
A recent patent judgment from South Africa's Supreme Court of Appeal ("SCA") deals with issues of a procedural nature.
ENSafrica
In Kooij v Middleground Trading 251 CC ("Kooij"), the Supreme Court of Appeal ("SCA") held that a compliance notice issued by the Department of Environmental Affairs ("DEA"), that required Middleground Trading 251 CC...
ENSafrica
As businesses resume operations in line with the "gradual and phased" reopening of the economy outlined in the Alert Level 4 Lockdown Regulations, one thing is for certain – it is not and will not be business as usual.
ENSafrica
In Solidarity v Minister of Small Business Development and Others; Afriforum v Minister of Tourism and Others, the Pretoria High Court held that the state, acting under the regulations published in terms of...
Adams & Adams
There is nothing more frustrating to a trade mark proprietor than going through the effort of securing a judgment in a counterfeit goods case, only for...
Adams & Adams
With day (who can remember) of lockdown arriving, your phone chirps excitedly, reporting "your homework" which has arrived for next week, ready to be downloaded and printed in advance.
Adams & Adams
The competition authorities, being the Competition Tribunal ("the Tribunal") and the Competition Commission ("the Commission")"), are already in the thick of it when it comes to regulating markets...
Adams & Adams
Integrity is integral everywhere and, in every space, however, in the legal profession, it is a non – negotiable trait – one that the court needs to be satisfied with before one becomes a...
Adams & Adams
Many of us aspire to own our own property. Whether it is to have a place to call home or simply for investment purposes. Raising the funds to buy property,...
Adams & Adams
Albert Einstein once said, "In the middle of difficulty, lies opportunity". No truer words have been spoken in the context of our current times where the COVID-19 virus has presented devastation to...
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