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Contentious Issues Arising from Payments made in Full and Final Settlement
Payments made in full and final settlement have on several occasions presented interpretative difficulties for our judiciary, as will become apparent from this case discussion: Be Bop A Lula Manufacturing & Printing v ...
Personal Data Protection in New Zealand: Lessons for South Africa?
In 1995 the European Union adopted a Directive on data protection. Article 25 of this Directive compels all EU member countries to adopt data protection legislation and to prevent the transfer of personal data to non-EU ...
Competitive Legal Professionals’ use of Technology in Legal Practice and Legal Research
Advances in the information and communication technologies have led to the availability of a range of primary and secondary legal research publications online via the Internet, rather than on other storing devices such as ...
Non-Standard Workers: The South African Context, International Law and Regulation by The European Union
The current labour market has many forms of employment relations that differ from full-time employment. "Atypical," "non-standard," or even "marginal" are terms used to describe these new workers and include, amongst others, ...
Knowledge is the key to riches. Is the law (or anything else) protecting it adequately?
Information has brought about a new way of thinking and trading and a new concept of what is really valuable. In the present article the author explores whether efforts to catch up in various areas of law have kept pace ...