17 September 2008 by and

Employment Matters

In this issue:

  • Back to the future of restraint clauses
  • Restraint of trade: lack of proprietary interest
  • When is the right time to raise a jurisdictional point?
  • The Labour Court lacks jurisdiction to interfere in disciplinary proceedings prior to its completion
  • “Second generation” outsourcing contracts: section 197 no longer plays a role

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