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Culpability for stadium disasters in South Africa

South Africa - August 4 2017 Culpability for stadium disasters in the era of the Safety at Sports & Recreational Events Act, 2 of 2010 On 11 April 2001, spectators poured into the...

Max Ebrahim.


International arbitration - 13 LY

Africa - July 1 2015 Inbound foreign direct investment (FDI) into Africa has increased significantly over the past few years, giving rise to a surge in commercial activity...

Max Ebrahim, Elsa Jordaan, Maurice Kenton, Simon Schooling, Laura Warren.


Law reform being driven by litigation funders?

South Africa - June 23 2015 Having been a part of the litigation landscape for less than a decade, the full impact of litigation funding companies is yet to be determined...

Max Ebrahim.


Corporate litigation and security for costs: confusion resolved

South Africa - June 11 2015 Unlike its predecessors, the Companies Act 71 of 2008 does not contain a specific provision to the effect that whenever an incorporated company is...

Max Ebrahim.


Security for costs: another lacuna in the Companies Act about to be filled?

South Africa - January 14 2015 Unlike its predecessors, the new Companies Act is silent on the issue of whether a plaintiff company can be called upon to put up security for a...

Max Ebrahim.