If you are tired of the way your company or firm drafts contracts, polices or opinions, and you are ready to take on the challenge of communicating professionally, clearly and effectively, then this is the short course for you. There will be an e-learning module to be worked through before the two-day workshop.
Join us for a five-hour webinar course, held over five days, to explore the legal aspects of private company sale agreements.
We will cover the key elements of a sale agreement, structuring considerations, conditions precedent, warranties, the post-signing period, practical considerations around drafting arbitration and breach provisions, and more!
The Financial Advisory and Intermediary Services Act is intended to protect consumers as well as financial service providers.
However, the Act is not easy to read and the details may be difficult to grasp for those not used to working with legal documents. This course will unpack the terminology of the Act, the requirements and obligations, updates to the legislation, and the Act’s relationship to related legislation.
Join us for a two-hour webinar in which we will explore the FAIS Act in context.
With new judgments involving pension funds often being handed down, it can be difficult to stay on top of developments – this course will give participants a practical update.
Funds are regularly involved in litigation arising from various matters. This course will focus on lessons learned from these disputes and their practical application to funds. The cases discussed will provide more insight into disputes arising in the context of fund rules, the administration of funds, and other matters of importance.
The global pandemic COVID-19’s impact on the vulnerable populations of our Country is unprecedented, reminding us that the only thing that is constant is change. This year more than ever, we realise the importance of technology in our lives.
The Portfolio Committee on Basic Education has welcomed the Basic Education Department’s state of readiness and plans as more learners are scheduled to return to school under level 3 of the COVID-19 enforced lockdown.