Location

Johannesburg

Located in the heart of Sandton, our Johannesburg office is home to over 130 lawyers who work closely with their international counterparts in our network of over 45 offices around the world.

Johannesburg

Hogan Lovells (South Africa)
140 West Street
Sandton
Johannesburg 2196
South Africa

Phone +27 11 286 6900

Fax +27 11 286 6901


Careers in South Africa

Located in the heart of Sandton, our Johannesburg office is home to over 130 lawyers who work closely with their international counterparts in our network of over 45 offices around the world.

We provide a wide range of expertise, with areas spanning across Tax, Mining, Corporate Commercial, Competition, Construction, Employment, Commercial Litigation, Insurance, Business Rescue & Insolvency, Banking and Real Estate.

Published Works

Expect constitutional challenge from labour Business Law & Tax Review

For the first time since 1996, when the current labour dispensation came into effect, there is now a real likelihood that government will face a constitutional challenge to all if not a...

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Bill of rights is key to Davis tax proposal Business Law & Tax Review

The Davis tax committee released in March its closing report on the work completed over almost five years. The committee was advisory in nature and has only made recommendations to the...

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Hogan Lovells Publications

Our commitment to capacity building in Africa

Hogan Lovells is a leading global law firm with offices and business across all major markets, including in a large number of emerging and developing countries. Africa is a key continent...

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Published Works

POPIA - A cost-effective starting point Without Prejudice

South Africa has suffered numerous data breaches in recent months, and although the Protection of Personal Information Act, 2013 (POPIA) is only partially in effect, the Information...

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SARS gets a bigger bite - aggressive tax planners beware Without Prejudice

Taxpayers will always seek to mitigate their tax liability, while the South African Revenue Service (SARS) endeavours to extract the maximum amount of tax. This uneasy relationship between...

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Hogan Lovells Publications

Derivative misconduct Employment Newsletter

Even if you don’t know the wrongdoers, you can still dismiss…but do it the right way!

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