Archive Issues Of Laboratory

Edition 1, 2009
The Prevention of Organised Crime Act1 (“POCA”) embodies a serious attempt by the South African government to police and curb organize crime. Central to its effectiveness is the power it gives the state to confiscate property that represents the proceeds of unlawful activity, or which is used as an instrument of such activity. Although POCA has spent a decade on the statute books, the constitutional ramifications of its asset forfeiture provisions are still emerging.
In this issue :
  • Crime prevention, asset forfeiture and collateral damage to creditors
  • Keeping trade secrets
  • Retrenchments - 10 basic lessons
In Re:
  • Don't knock restraints of trade
  • Is it a corporate opportunity?
  • No liability for damage caused negligently

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