Barnard bolsters leadership with Izak du Toit as new Director

Barnard, a firm renowned for its commitment to innovation and excellence in commercial law, proudly announces the appointment of Izak

By Douw Breed 3 Min Read

3 stripes and they’re out?! Is Adidas’ iconic 3-stripe mark losing its distinctiveness?

Adidas, famous for its three-stripe design, has always been very protective of its trade mark, often taking vigorous legal action

By Aletia Oberholster 3 Min Read

Mind The Time Limits | Liquidation Processes

The Supreme Court of Appeal recently considered the matter of Botha NO and Others v Jonker and Others (1003 /

By Pieter Walters 14 Min Read

Voluntary and Compulsory Liquidation Proceedings in South Africa

In South Africa, the liquidation, dissolution, or winding-up of a company is not limited to instances of financial distress but

By Eloise Cilliers 4 Min Read

Just how innovative is Discovery Bank’s home loan product?

While Discovery Bank's new home loan product is marketed as innovative due to its personalised interest rates and shared-value banking

By Conri Botha 4 Min Read

Business Rescue: A Guide for Company Owners and Shareholders

Business rescue is a legal process designed to rehabilitate a financially distressed company. If your company is struggling to meet

When Shareholders Collide: Managing Disputes in South Africa’s Boardrooms

Shareholder disputes are an inevitable part of the business world, particularly in the high-stakes environment of South Africa’s corporate sector.

By Koos Benadie 4 Min Read

Understanding the Divorce Amendment Act, 2024: What It Means for Muslim Marriages

The Divorce Amendment Act, 2024, is a significant piece of legislation in South Africa that brings much-needed clarity and protection

How bond registration under Section 88 protects you in insolvency situations

Imagine you lend money to someone, securing this loan with a bond on their property. But what if the borrower

By Koos Benadie 3 Min Read