Construction Law

Construction Law: What to Do When Mediation Fails Mediation is considered an alternative dispute resolution method to avoid expensive and time-consuming litigations and court proceedings to resolve a legal dispute between 2 parties. In the case of Construction and Contractual Law, such parties are normally contractors/sub-contractors vs clients/project managers. During a mediation, a mediator is

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Construction Law

Construction Law: Arbitration vs Adjudication – When to Adopt Which Process Contractors and sub-contractors that operate in the construction sector in South Africa would commonly face unfair payment/compensation in accordance with their contractual agreements with clients and project managers. Luckily, Allardyce & Partners Attorneys offer specialists in the domain of Construction and Contractual Law, giving

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Labour Law

Your Labour Law Specialists in Gauteng Labour and Employment Law in South Africa can be tricky to fully comprehend, as we employ some of the most progressive law systems in the world. On top of that, the COVID-19 pandemic has stirred things up by putting us all in unprecedented situations and creating unique circumstances regarding

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Labour Law

COVID-19: Mandatory Vaccination or Lose Your Job?  One of the hottest topics in South Africa brings us to the discussion surrounding mandatory vaccinations for employees. Although there are several COVID-19 vaccines, another discussion rages on about the efficiency of the vaccines and if they truly can prevent people from contracting the COVID-19 virus, as some

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Labour Law

Retrenchment: Your Legal Options as an Employee South Africa’s Labour and Employment Laws are considered to be some of the most liberal and progressive in the world, making them difficult to adhere to. Therefore, when faced with a legal dispute, you need an expert in your corner – someone who understands how this ever evolving

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Labour Law Specialists

Labour Law Specialists in South Africa The labour law in South Africa has some of the most liberal and progressive laws for employers and employees. Therefore, these laws are constantly misinterpreted as employers and employees struggle to keep up with it all. These laws can also be difficult to comprehend as to how it applies

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