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Bowmans | South Africa | 23 Aug 2021

The Shareholder Rights and Activism Review: South Africa

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Bowmans | South Africa | 1 Aug 2021

The Merger Control Review: South Africa

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Bowmans | South Africa | 30 Jul 2021

Fintech in South Africa

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Bowmans | Kenya | 30 Jul 2021

Fintech in Kenya

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Bowmans | South Africa | 17 Jun 2021

Initial Public Offerings in South Africa

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Bowmans | South Africa | 19 May 2021

Enforcing awards against associated ships: court clarifies position on charterparty claims

In maritime claims, the practicalities of locating a viable target vessel to arrest can be challenging. This is particularly relevant when the ship which is the subject of the underlying claim has been sold or no longer exists. A recent judgment not only clarifies an area of the law which has been uncertain for some time, but also demonstrates good common sense and should be welcomed by......
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Bowmans | South Africa | 29 Mar 2021

The Corporate Governance Review: South Africa

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Bowmans | South Africa | 25 Mar 2021

Securities Finance in South Africa

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Bowmans | South Africa | 24 Mar 2021

Collisions in the Suez Canal: revisiting genuine and reasonable need for security

A recent judgment by the Durban High Court has highlighted, once more, that the assessment of a genuine and reasonable need for security must be made on the careful analysis of all of the facts and circumstances of the particular case and that the reliance on generalised grounds can be dangerous. While the legal test for the genuine and reasonable need is unlikely to change in years to come,......
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Bowmans | South Africa | 26 Aug 2020

Cargo theft and liability: Fujitsu v Schenker

A recent Johannesburg High Court decision places the legal liability issues arising from cargo theft sharply into focus. The case raises interesting questions regarding the scope of liability and the degree to which carriers and logistics operators can exclude liability for theft perpetrated by their employees. Many in the industry will no doubt need to revisit their own standard trading......
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