7 Juta's Bus. L. 1 (1999)

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The new Competition Act
An overview of its main provisions
Brian Rutherford: University of South Africa
'Capitalization dividends'
Their true nature and consequences
Stewart Cant and Dave Langham: Sage Life
The question of constructive dismissal
A review of some recent developments
Maxwell Solomon: University of South Africa
Trade marks: Protect what you select
The wvisdom of including a trade-mark attorney in
marketing a product
Wim Alberts.-John & Kernick
Keeping your creditor up to date
The seller's duty to inform a business creditor of the
sale of the business
Aslam Moosajee: Deneys Reitz

The law of shifting sands
The conundrum of recognizing a foreign trustree in
2     insolvency
David A Ailola: University of South Africa
The confidentiality of client lists
Are names of customers a trade secret entitled to
legal protection?
Mervyn Dendy: University of the Witwatersrand
14     The Employment Equity Act
An overview
Fezile Mtayi, Cape Town
The common law runs through it
Section 35 of the Insolvency Act, and the general
16     principles of restitution on cancellation of a contract
Alastair Smith: University of South Africa
Reciprocity in contract
A key defence illustrated
21     Howard Sher. Deneys Reitz

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