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Shepstone & Wylie Attorneys | South Africa, Global | 10 Jan 2017

Social Media Law Update - Social Media "Detox"

Kim Kardashian did it last year, Mariah Carey has done the same in January... many of us are taking a step away from social media platforms to

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Shepstone & Wylie Attorneys | South Africa | 7 Dec 2016

Litigation Update, How Time Flies: Your Claim Might be Time Barred

In the recent Supreme Court of Appeal judgment in the matter of Trinity Asset Management v Grindstone Investments, the SCA found that the date upon

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Shepstone & Wylie Attorneys | Australia | 22 Nov 2016

Social Media Update - Jailing Social Media Trolls

Earlier this year we discussed social media "trolls" who are social media users who specifically try to get an emotional response by posting mean

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Shepstone & Wylie Attorneys | South Africa | 22 Nov 2016

What if the Divorce Order Doesn't Mention Pension Interest?

What happens when the court that grants a decree of divorce to a couple who were married in community of property, does not make a specific order

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Shepstone & Wylie Attorneys | USA | 15 Nov 2016

Social Media Law Update: Did Trump Win the Presidency on Social Media?

It seems almost ridiculous to many that the reality TV star, and brash billionaire Donald Trump is now the leader of the free world. Not only did

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Shepstone & Wylie Attorneys | South Africa | 8 Nov 2016

Social Media Law - No Minister!

As the old adage goes, when you don't have anything nice to say rather don't say anything at all. A certain sports minister has been burning up the

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Shepstone & Wylie Attorneys | South Africa | 8 Nov 2016

B-BBEE Major Transaction Threshold

The Minister of Trade & Industry has published a proposed threshold for the definition of "Major B-BBEE Transaction" which appears in section 13F of

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Shepstone & Wylie Attorneys | South Africa | 7 Nov 2016

When Neighbours Don't Get Along

At the heart of the many years of animosity between the home owners and the golf club at Atlantic Beach Golf Course, are their interests which

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Shepstone & Wylie Attorneys | South Africa | 4 Nov 2016

Input Tax, Loan Accounts and Round Tripping

The Tax Court recently, in a matter which Shepstone & Wylie represented the taxpayer, found in favour of the taxpayer when it said that there is

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Shepstone & Wylie Attorneys | South Africa | 27 Oct 2016

Subdivision of Agricultural Land

On 2 September 2016, the Department of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries published, a notice in the Government Gazette requesting comments on the

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