Last year was a big year for Schoeman Attorneys. With so much happening, we decided to formally announce our news with an exclusive cocktail function at the Atlantic Imbizo in Cape Town on 13 February 2013. The aim of the event was to celebrate several important developments that have steered us in a new and […]
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On Monday 21 January, Luise Ostler was asked to join Karen Key on SAfm’s Law Report to discuss Garnishee orders. If you missed the show and would like to know your rights and where you stand when it comes to Garnishee orders, then you can listen to the recording of the show here.
The relationship between an employer and employee is characterised by the unequal bargaining power that each holds. Employers are in a position to determine the wages and conditions of individual employees. So, to counteract this, employees often form collective employee organisations, such as trade unions, to address these power inequalities. The employee organisations then apply […]
One of the most ubiquitous aspects of running a business is debt collection. All businesses need to collect money owed to them timeously or face potential ruin. When a person fails, forgets or decides not to pay the debt owed the first step towards recovering the monies owed is the issuing of a letter of demand. […]
One of the most fundamental principles of our justice system is that every party with a legitimate interest in a matter should be afforded the opportunity to be heard. This right to basic fairness in the judicial process is encapsulated in the Latin maxim “audi alteram partem” which translated means “hear the other side”. This […]
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Nicolene Schoeman – Louw is featured regularly on The Law Report with Karen Key on SAfm. The next show is scheduled for 09/12/2013 at 21:05.
If you missed Mzo Tshaka on SAfm on Monday, download the show here