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Adams & Adams: Expanding on a legacy of greatest hitsAfrica's largest intellectual property (IP) firm has won again - this time being crowned South African IP Law Firm of 2020 Managing Intellectual Property (MIP) and certified as a Top Tier IP Law Firm 2020 (Chambers Global Directory). These awards are significant measures of achievement as they are based on market-leading performance analysis: strictly quantitative, they are ultimately designed to recognise firms that continuously deliver the best results on behalf of their clients. 19 Mar 2020 Read more

Investing in Africa: Five key sectors to considerStill in its infancy stages of development, Africa has become a global platform for economic competition, catching the eye of multinational organisations looking to expand operations. It's safe to say, Africa is fast-emerging as an investment destination of choice. 13 Nov 2019 Read more

Navigating key challenges of doing business in AfricaOnce seen as the 'risky' continent, despite being considered a viable investment destination for natural resources, Africa's respectable growth rate and improvements within business environments has made the continent an attractive destination for foreign direct investment. 12 Nov 2019 Read more

ANC to prejudice 20 million children with proposal to change the RAFThe African National Congress ("ANC"), the dominant political party in South Africa, is pushing hard to prejudice approximately 20 million children, with a proposal to change the Road Accident Fund ("RAF"), prior to the upcoming elections. 12 Mar 2019 Read more

Suspending your employee - the long and the short of itThe Constitutional Court in Long v South African Breweries (Pty) Ltd and Others [2018] ZACC 7, recently held that 'there is no requirement' for an employer to afford an employee an opportunity to make representations why the employee should not be suspended (in the case of precautionary suspensions), prior to suspending the employee. 25 Feb 2019 Read more


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