John Brand facilitated Transnet negotiations
Wednesday, January 02, 2013
Botswana - The Launch Of A New Competition Regime
Monday, February 07, 2011
For some time, Botswana has not had a dedicated competition law regime and competition in certain sectors has been governed only by industry-specific legislation such as the Industrial Development Act, the Trade & Liquor Act, the Consumer Protection Act and the Companies Act.
Coulson Harney One Year On
Wednesday, March 31, 2010
It has been a very busy year for Coulson Harney, both in terms of strategic growth and client work. From an establishment that had only four lawyers and two supporting staff in September 2008, we have since then increased to sixteen lawyers, two paralegal staff and fourteen supporting staff, and we are still in the process of recruiting additional strategic staff.
Doing Business in South Africa
Wednesday, March 17, 2010
Doing Business in South Africa, PLC
TENDERS: SHAKING HANDS WITH A CLENCHED FIST?
Thursday, October 11, 2007
Government consumption is said to have grown a whopping 14% over the last year, with government procurement contracts amounting to billions of rands.
Government procurement most often takes place through calling for tenders, as this is, in theory at least, meant to guard against corruption, inefficiency and wastefulness.
PLC/Lex Mundi Doing Business in South Africa Handbook 2007
Wednesday, January 17, 2007
The twelfth edition of the PLC/Lex Mundi Doing Business in ... Handbook is available online
Wednesday, October 25, 2006
Bowman Gilfillan is South Africaís largest corporate law firm, distinguishing itself from other firms through the breadth and depth of its team.
Bowman Gilfillan wins ILO(International Law Office) Client Choice Award for South Africa again!
Monday, October 02, 2006
CONSTITUTIONAL DAMAGES: JUSTICE FOR THE POOR?
Wednesday, June 14, 2006
The Supreme Court of Appeal has taken a firm stand against the rampant breach by provincial governments of their constitutional obligation to provide social assistance by granting constitutional damages to Mrs Kate after it took the Eastern Cape Social Development Department more that three years to decide whether she was entitled to a disability grant.
Settlement Agreements: Donít be too Hasty- Think Long Term
Tuesday, June 13, 2006
Parties are often eager to enter into settlement agreements in order to avoid the legal costs, delays and inconvenience associated with a trial.