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Lexology PRO | Austria, European Union, France, etc. | 18 Jan 2022

Data protection: key compliance updates (11 – 18 Jan)

Florida introduces new consumer data privacy legislation, Hong Kong publishes remote working data protection tips, and Austria finds that the use of Google Analytics breaches the GDPR – plus other key updates.
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Bowmans | South Africa | 17 Nov 2021

MSC Susanna: naval vessels and right to limit liability

In a storm in 2017, numerous ships broke their moorings and collided with others and with port infrastructure. Unsurprisingly, a number of these incidents gave rise to litigation on multiple fronts, many of which are still making their way to trial in the South African courts. The Supreme Court of Appeal recently handed down a judgment in a case that is a welcome addition to what is a rather......
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ENSafrica | South Africa | 28 Sep 2021

Seizure of property obtained from unlawful or criminal activity

A key component of achieving true justice in corruption related matters is ensuring that individuals and…
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Fasken | South Africa | 13 Jul 2021

A series of unfortunate events: Interpretation of a policyholder’s repudiation of a life insurance policy

On 7 May 2020, the Supreme Court of Appeal (the “SCA”) considered whether the actions taken by the holder of a life insurance policy with Discovery…
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Lexology PRO | Africa, South Africa | 2 Jun 2021

South Africa blocks first merger on public interest grounds

The Competition Commission of South Africa has blocked a merger for the first time on public interest grounds, after prohibiting a private equity firm from purchasing a Burger King franchise and meat plant.
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Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer | Australia, South Africa, United Kingdom | 2 Feb 2021

Performance Guarantees - Resisting a Demand under FIDIC Contracts

In any economic downturn, there is usually an increase in the number of demands made throughout supply chains and in particular by owners / employers…
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Clyde & Co LLP | South Africa | 18 Nov 2020

Opening the door - the right of recourse against malicious HPCSA complaints in South Africa

The recent South African Supreme Court of Appeal judgment of Holden v Assmang Limited (1277/2019) [2020] ZASCA 145 may open a door to medical…
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Baker McKenzie | South Africa | 6 Jan 2020

South Africa: The Partial Integration Rule vs. The Parol Evidence Rule

The Supreme Court of Appeal (SCA) in South Africa was recently tasked with considering the long established Parol Evidence Rule in the case of Mike…
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Clyde & Co LLP | South Africa | 19 Dec 2019

SCA releases Komape judgment on emotional shock and constitutional damages

The Supreme Court of Appeal handed down judgment in Komape & Others v Minister of Basic Education & Others on 18 December 2019, in which the Court…
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Fasken | South Africa | 4 Oct 2019

The Development of Characterisation in South African Competition Law

It is generally accepted that agreements between competitors to fix prices, allocate markets and collude on tenders almost always have harmful…
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