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Non-employers may approach the Labour Court for interdictory relief against unregistered trade unions

South Africa - March 13 2019 Digital rights management ("DRM") refers to the methods used by content owners to protect their digital content. A number of methods can be used to...

Brian Patterson, Shivani Moodley.

Is there a place for workplace romance in the MeToo era?

South Africa - July 30 2018 The recent judgment of the Labour Court in Rustenburg Platinum Mines Limited v UASA obo Steve Pietersen is a further clear indication of the...

Can a retrenchment process start before a business rescue plan has been approved?

South Africa - May 4 2016 In a recent case, the Labour Court needed to consider the interplay between section 136 of the Companies Act, 2008 and section 189 of the Labour...

“Gardening leave” and the enforceability of restraints of trade

South Africa - February 15 2016 The South African Labour Courts have, until now, not had the opportunity to consider what impact, if any, a so-called “gardening leave” provision may...

Brian Patterson, Michelle McKinnon.

Labour broking

South Africa - August 15 2012 The proposed changes to the Labour Relations Act (LRA) regarding labour brokers, or temporary employment services (TES) to give them their official name, will make the option of using labour brokers a far less attractive one for employers....