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How Important Is Your Expert Witness?
You are heading off to a lecture room, excited to attend this particular lecture as it is taught by your favourite Professor who has a habit of sharing daily pearls of wisdom.
South Africa
9 Oct 2019
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International Arbitration Comparative Guide
International Arbitration Comparative Guide for the jurisdiction of South Africa, check out our comparative guides section to compare across multiple countries
South Africa
25 Sep 2019
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Without Prejudice: Be Careful What You Record
On 6 July 2017, the Supreme Court of Appeal ("SCA") issued a judgment which waters down the rule that without prejudice communication between lawyers, aimed at settling a litigious dispute....
South Africa
8 Aug 2017
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Urgent Applications: The Importance Of Effecting Proper Service
The duty on litigants to ensure proper service, particularly in the case of urgent applications cannot be gainsaid.
South Africa
17 Nov 2016
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The Practical Application Of Legal Professional Privilege In Discovery Proceedings
Legal professional privilege applies to communications between a client and legal advisor, where the legal advisor is acting in a professional capacity and is consulted in confidence for the purpose of the client obtaining legal advice.
South Africa
19 Aug 2016
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Unreported Judgment With Case Number: SARS 4/2013
Tuchten J of the North Gauteng High Court handed down an important judgment in relation to information and documentation obtained by SARS.
South Africa
20 Mar 2014
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Does Legal Professional Privilege Extend To Tax Law Advice Given By Accountants?
The draconian powers given to the South African Revenue Service by the Tax Administration Act of 2011 have been discussed and criticised in great detail by various commentators.
South Africa
7 Nov 2013
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Contemporary Issues Faced In The Tax Litigation Environment In South Africa
Tax litigators will now have to consider, inter alia, the impact of certain provisions under the Tax Administration Act No. 28 of 2011 as amended by the Tax Administration Laws Amendment Act No. 21 of 2012 on the doctrine of legal professional privilege and a recent judgment reflecting the view of a court with regards to the adherence to the rules of the Tax Court by the South African Revenue Service.
South Africa
5 Jun 2013
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Your POPI Project Should Have A Law Firm As The Main Service Provider
Only law firms should be lead service providers when ensuring you comply with POPI.
South Africa
5 Dec 2012
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South African Litigation Enters The Electronic Age
From 27 July 2012, parties will be able to serve documents or notices on each other via facsimile or electronic mail.
South Africa
10 Jul 2012
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Electronic Data and Litigation: are you ready?
"Electronically Stored Information (ESI) has become invaluable in litigation today and in many countries its disclosure is a requirement."
South Africa
23 Aug 2010
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Certification of Electronic Evidence – A Powerful Tool in South African Litigation
The use of hard copy printouts of documents stored on computers has long been a bugbear for banks, insurance companies and anyone else wishing to present evidence from its computer system in order to prove a claim.
South Africa
11 Apr 2005
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