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Directors Owe A Duty To The Company, Not To Shareholders
Recently Justice Molopa-Sethosa handed down judgment in the Pretoria High Court in an important exposition of the law in relation to the liability of directors for claims by shareholders.
UK
19 Oct 2018
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Liability Of Directors For Corporate Environmental Transgressions – A South African Case Study
The risk environment for directors of companies that pollute is changing. In South Africa, a raft of recent prosecutions of directors and officers for corporate environmental transgressions bring into focus...
South Africa
18 Sep 2017
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International Arbitration 1/3LY - July 13, 2015
I am delighted to present the fourth issue of Clyde & Co's International Arbitration 1/3LY.
Worldwide
15 Jul 2015
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Silicosis Claims In The South African Mining Industry
Class action lawsuit involving 27,000 affected miners or their families may represent just 10% of the total number of silicosis sufferers in South Africa.
South Africa
24 Feb 2015
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The Sting In Long-Tail Disease – A Warning For Directors
In April South Africa’s South Gauteng High Court dismissed a technical challenge by Anglo- Gold Ashanti against a claim by a former mine worker in silicosis-related litigation.
UK
23 Jan 2015
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The Sting In Long Tail Disease – A Warning For Directors
On 4 April this year, not very far from the site where gold was first discovered in South Africa, Judge EJ Francis, in an unreported judgment, dismissed a technical challenge by Anglogold Ashanti Limited ("Anglogold") against a claim by a former mine-worker in silicosis related litigation.
South Africa
7 Nov 2014
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