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South Africa: What’s Yours is Mine and What’s Mine is Mine

In Naidoo v Discovery Life Limited & others the Supreme Court of Appeal was faced with the main task of determining whether a risk-only policy with a beneficiary clause constitutes an asset in the joint-estate. This case deals with two… … Continue reading

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What’s next for the proposed Copyright Directive?

The new Directive could be more threatening to the Web than shark attacks On September 12 the European Parliament decided to ignore expert advice and adopted a version of the new Directive on Copyright in the Digital Single Market (DSM) … Continue reading

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Tax Trends Recording: What’s Hot in Sales Tax

Sales tax reform continues to be a hot topic. We recently hosted a webinar, What’s Hot in Sales Tax, as part of our Tax Trends webinar series. If you need an update on current sales tax trends or questions about … Continue reading

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What’s New This Fall

Welcome back, returning students! While you were away, the Law Library added some new resources that we thought you’d like to know about. Here’s the rundown: Art of Law Exhibition We’ve installed a new exhibition showcasing printed decorations and illustrations … Continue reading

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Upcoming Tax Trends Webinar: What’s Hot in Sales Tax

With the sales tax landscape continuously changing, this upcoming Tax Trends webinar is one you won’t want to miss. What’s Hot in Sales Tax will discuss current sales tax trends, including new rules and regulations. Get registered today! Read more … Continue reading

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