Publications

Hogan Lovells Publications

Can polygraph testing assist in curbing workplace crime?

Most companies are continuously considering ways to prevent and address economic crimes perpetuated in the workplace. And, if used correctly, polygraph testing could pose a legitimate...

Hogan Lovells Publications

A constitutional rebirth for leave provisions in relation to parents

On 28 November 2017, the National Assembly passed the first-ever private member’s bill to amend the Basic Conditions Employment Act 75 of 1997 (BCEA). The amendment bill, further...

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SARS in venture capital move

Memorandum accompanying draft bill does not provide clarity regarding specific abusive structures

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To be or not to be ... an attorney? That is the question

The legal profession has been held in high esteem for centuries. Consequently, it's not surprising that many young people in South Africa, and around the world, still choose law as their...

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My journey at an international law firm

I completed my LLB in 2012 and started my legal career at Eskom – Legal Department working as a legal clerk. In January 2014 I started my articles of clerkship at Hogan Lovells (South ...

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Where are they now?

I am pretty sure at some point during your life you sit back and think about a few people you once knew and ask yourself "where are they now?" or "what did they end up doing?"

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So, you want to be a lawyer?

When I registered to study my law qualification, I did so with a significant degree of naivety. I operated on the assumption that after qualifying I would walk straight into a job at one of ...

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The effect of section 131(6) on the locus standi of a trade union

It has become a common phenomenon that applications are brought to put into business rescue, companies which are already in liquidation – sometimes long after the liquidation...

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